Definition of Snabbled

1. snabble [v] - See also: snabble



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snabbled

smuttily
smuttiness
smuttinesses
smutting
smutty
smyth
smythite
smytrie
smytries
sn-glycerol-3-phosphorylcholine synthetase
snRNA
snRNAs
snRNP
snab
snabble
snabbled (current term)
snabbles
snabbling
snabs
snack
snack bar
snack bars
snack counter
snack down
snack food
snackable
snacked
snacker
snackeries
snackers

Literary usage of Snabbled

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1. Musa Pedestris: Three Centuries of Canting Songs and Slang Rhymes (1536-1896) by John Stephen Farmer (1896)
"II He broke thro' all rubbs in the whitt, And chiv'd his darbies in twain; But fileing of a rumbo ken, My Boman is snabbled again. ..."

2. A Pedlar's Pack of Ballads and Songs: With Illustrative Notes by William Hugh Logan, James Maidment (1869)
"... But filing of a Rumbo-Ken, My Bowman is snabbled again. I, Frisky Moll, with my Rum Cull, Would suck in a Boozing Ken ..."

3. "Polly Peachum": Being the Story of Lavinia Fenton (duchess of Bolton) and by Charles E. Pearce (1913)
"But fileing (breaking into) in a rumbo ken (pawnbroker's My Boman is snabbled (imprisoned) again. shop) "A ..."

4. A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue by Francis Grose (1785)
"... or snabbled, killed in battle. SMACK, to kiss; I had a smack at her muns, I kissed her mouth; to smack calves skin, to kiss the book, ie to take an oath ..."

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