Definition of Snickersnees

1. Noun. (plural of snickersnee) ¹



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Definition of Snickersnees

1. snickersnee [n] - See also: snickersnee

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snickersnees

snibs
snick
snick or snee
snicked
snicker
snicker-snack
snickerdoodle
snickerdoodles
snickered
snickerer
snickerers
snickering
snickeringly
snickers
snickersnee
snickersnees (current term)
snickery
snicket
snickets
snicking
snicks
snide
snidely
snideness
snidenesses
snider
snides
snidest
snie
snied

Literary usage of Snickersnees

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1. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in the Rocky Mountains and by Washington Irving (1849)
"... with a long duck fowling-pi. out any ramrod; and a host more, armed higgledy-pi. with swords, hatchets, snickersnees, crowbars, ..."

2. Works by Washington Irving (1893)
"... with a long duck fowling-piece without any ramrod; and a host more, armed higgledy-piggledy,—with swords, hatchets, snickersnees, crowbars, broomsticks, ..."

3. A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the by Washington Irving (1848)
"... with a long duck fowling-piece without any ramrod; and a host more, armed higgledy-piggledy— with swords, .hatchets, snickersnees, ..."

4. Knickerbocker's History of New York by Washington Irving, Edward Windsor Kemble (1893)
"... with a long duck fowling-piece without any ramrod ; and a host more, armed higgledy-piggledy,—with swords, hatchets, snickersnees, crowbars, broomsticks ..."

5. Letters from England by Robert Southey (1836)
"The Dutch slice each other with their snickersnees ; we know how deadly the knife is employed in our country ; the American twists the hair of his enemy ..."

6. A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the by Washington Irving (1868)
"... hatchets, snickersnees, crowbars, broomsticks, and what not; the officers distinguished from the rest by having their slouched hats cocked up with pins, ..."

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