- See snatch. (Wiktionary)
“The wooden frame, or snead, supports the cradle fingers, now missing.”
“When the mower wanted a new snathe or snead, as he called it, for his scythe, he found in the woods a deformed sapling that had grown under a log or twisted around a rock in a double bend, which made it the exact shape desired.”
“For general information, visit www. snead.edu/theatre or call 256-840-4199.”
“Any area schools or classes who would like to attend can e-mail jbrewer (at) snead. edu for information.”
“Companies can register online at www. snead.edu/workforce/careerexpo. htm.”
“E-mail head coach Lisa Murray at lmurray (at) snead. edu or call 840-4161 if you plan to attend.”
“People may check Snead State's website, www. snead.edu, for information as it becomes available.”
“November 28, 2008 at 1: 54 pm why is snead in the game??”
“a scythe is the _snead_; the two handles are the _nibs_.”
“i dont expect to see much of snead in the second half …”
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946 of these 2700 words do not yield any results in six different dictionaries, hence many of them might be misspellings.
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