from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Insolent, opprobrious language; impertinent abuse.
- To talk saucily.
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"Look here," said the landlady, "I'll tak 'nane o' your snash, so mind that."
The Underworld The Story of Robert Sinclair, Miner James C. Welsh
How they maun thole a factor's snash; [endure, abuse]
Robert Burns How To Know Him William Allan Neilson 1907
You can say what ye like aboot me -- lies, sneers, snash -- and all.
Bob, Son of Battle Alfred Ollivant 1900
Notes. -- _wae_, sorrowful; _maun thole_, must endure, must put up with; _factor's snash_, agent's abuse; _poind_, seize upon, sequester; _gear_, property; _hae_, have;
English Dialects From the Eighth Century to the Present Day 1873
Listen, son, I expect to be able to walk down the street without listening to any snash from you or anyone else.
Army Rumour Service 2009
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July 30, 2007
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Another weekend, another Scottish infiltrator.
The apprentice jock grew a moustache
And learned to wear a kilt with panache.
He could hurl a caber
With no sign of labor
And taunted his foes with Highland snash.
July 13, 2014