- v. present participle of snarf.
““I don't know anything about that,” I say, snarfing up the third line, wondering if Billy's found Davis yet.”
“We need be to growing carbon-snarfing produce as if our lives depend on it.”
“After the 36-hole marathon, there was some snarfing of Advil, followed the next morning by some unmanly whining about the wisdom of playing yet another round before leaving.”
“This was a serious debate attended by hundreds of students and highly-advertised, turning out to be very popular, and instead of snarfing my coffee, I say, "If this is so, with respect, Mr. Corbett, why did you agree to debate this specific topic?”
“It looks like you snarfing down those potato chips last week.”
“They're the lean whip of a guy who had the fast metabolism seemingly forever, snarfing down burgers by the bagful -- shakes by the gallon, and now thirty-plus years old, BOOM!, the jello-shaking gut appears, he can't get up the steps anymore, and his chest is always hurting him now.”
““It's a secret society of bean pie snarfing seditionists what's behind the dude — watch out!””
“Polls show American concern for avenging those lost in the war against those scone-snarfing ponces to be in the top five.”
“I'm snarfing the wireless from Cowpokes (nearby bar, I think?) that reaches to here.”
“Me: I snarf the beer. snarfing = verb, when liquid that you put into your mouth comes out of your nose.”
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