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Snack

Someone desirable or attractive =You tell someone they look like a snack if they look hot/attractive. It definitely has a bit of a sensual connotation to it. It’s a broadening of the noun More…

Snack 1

(Metaphor/Sometimes creative respelling) Someone who is very attractive =Sometimes written ‘snacc’ or ‘snac’. Slang term to describe someone who is particularly physically attractive. More…

Snackeroo

fun snack cute way of saying snack. eroo makes it fun. =My tummy suggest we should have a small snackeroo. Etymology : extension =Pooh Bear, Winnie the Pooh, the cartoon television More…

Snackrifice

An action, by which one must sacrifice food for some purpose. =This could be for a diet, a friend, or some greater food related cause. The word is a blend of the words "snack" More…

snail mail

the US Postal service. Used to describe the US Postal service and how long it takes them to deliver a letter compared to instantaneous e-mail. Read it on internet. =snail mail. More…

Snail Mail

The standard system of mail delivery in which letters, documents, and packages are physically transported from one location to another, in contrast to electronic mail. =More and more More…

Snail mail (1)

(rhyming compound) Refers to letters and missives carried by conventional postal delivery services. (named for the snail with its slow speed) =The phrase refers to the lag-time between More…

snap

an exclamation of astonishment, incredulity, or realization; typically used as in the following, “oh, snap” Etymology : new meaning placed upon a common verb "to snap"

snap

An expletive used when a particularly caustic remark has been made. 'Snap' possibly is used due to its symbolism for the quickness of the offending remark ('as quick as a snap'). It is most More…

snap

An exclamation, usually uttered in disbelief or when something bad happens A nicer exclamation instead of using a bad word. It might have come about from people about to use a swear word More…

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Used to express dismay, surprise, or joy Snap is frequently used as a substitute for the more crass interjection "shit" because of audial similarity. It also has sound symbolism and is a More…

snap

alertness, energy, vigor widening talking about a relative; ability to think and understand quickly =She's got snap. Etymology : widening of snap =Conversation with relative

Snap

(Exclamation) A word usually used in place of the word “shit”, when expressing shock, surprise, excitement, dismay, etc. =“Oh snap! My mom left 23 missed calls on my phone, I’m screwed” More…

snap (1)

(clipping) refers to a picture sent through the social mobile application called Snapchat. =Shaurya: "Dude, the place that I'm staying at in Dallas looks amazing!" Me: More…

Snap (2)

To send someone a photo/message via the app Snapchat =Snap is used exclusively in reference to the app Snapchat as a verb; instead of “person X sending person Y a Snapchat,” you can say More…

Snap-sniped

To have a picture taken of you on Snapchat unbeknownst to you. It is usually sent to you when you are being creeped on by a friend. Embarrassing things can be done while you’re being More…

snapchat

This is a picture that is sent between people and can only be seen for a handful of seconds before it is no longer available. Pictures can also be slightly modified or captioned, and these More…

Snapchat

The act of taking a picture to send to another via snapchat =Hey lets snapchat a funny picture to all our friends Etymology : A zero-derivation from the Snapchat application on More…

SnapChat

a kind of app on cellphone that enable the sender of a picture to limit the receiver's time for viewing that picture now it refer to sending pictures through the app More…

Snapsterpiece

A picture taken within the Snapchat application, including any captions, filters, or drawings the user has mad =This word is used within the Snapchat application when the user tries to More…


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