Definition of Snarks

1. Noun. (plural of snark) ¹



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Definition of Snarks

1. snark [n] - See also: snark

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snarks

snarier
snariest
snaring
snarings
snark
snarked
snarker
snarkers
snarkier
snarkiest
snarkily
snarkiness
snarking
snarkish
snarkless
snarks (current term)
snarky
snarl
snarl-up
snarl-ups
snarl up
snarled
snarler
snarlers
snarleth
snarlier
snarliest
snarling
snarlingly
snarlings

Literary usage of Snarks

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1. The Book of Humorous Verse by Carolyn Wells (1920)
"... while I tell you again The five unmistakable marks By which you may know, wheresoever you go, The warranted genuine snarks. " Let us take them in order. ..."

2. A Treasury of Humorous Poetry: Being a Compilation of Witty, Facetious, and by Frederic Lawrence Knowles (1902)
"... while I tell you again The five unmistakable marks By which you may know, wheresoever you go, The warranted genuine snarks. " Let us take them in order. ..."

3. The Development of Ballistic Missiles in the United States Air Force, 1945-1960 by Jacob Neufeld (1990)
"The use of snarks in the foregoing manner would extend and prolong the usefulness ... For snarks used as strike vehicles, the military requirements on CEP ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"... method," the Bellman bold In a hasty parenthesis cried: — a That's exactly the way I have always been told That the capture of snarks should be tried ! ..."

5. A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...by Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson (1805)
"... from its giving fire on being struck ac-iinst a steel much more freely than a flint will do; and all the snarks burn a longer time, and grow larger as ..."

6. The Cruise of the Snark by Jack London (1911)
"To be precise, the wind is northeast; the snarks mizzen is furled, her mainsail is over to starboard, ..."

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