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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…

snap

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…

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…

snarf

something that happens when someone’s sick and laughing, where they snort and the immediately vomit afterwards. Quite a spectacle, really – funny as heck, but I imagine More…

snarky

Cruel or upset, particularly while speaking Possible reason used: There isn’t really another word that has the desired meaning. Even, “being cruel through speech” More…

snarky

antagonistic, unpredictable The word “snark” already exists in computer terminology to refer to an unexplained or threatening event on a computer, such as a file entry that More…

Snarliness

Somewhat ill-tempered or irritable. Jake was trying to describe the man’s behavior and knew the word snarl, so he probably decided to make the word into an adjective by adding the More…


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