from The Century Dictionary.

  • Full of snags or knots; snaggy; knotty.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Full of snags; snaggy.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of snag.
  • adjective Full of snags; snaggy.


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  • The word snagged in his mind the way a twig on a current catches on a riverbank.

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  • The word snagged in his mind the way a twig on a current catches on a riverbank.

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  • So I went straight to Toronto's pattern queen, Kingi Carpenter of downtown silk-screening shop Peach Berserk, to tart up some $15 leggings I snagged from the American Apparel outlet next door to her vibrant shop on Queen Street West.

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  • Carefully, you’d write down the numbers on a piece of scratch paper with a worn out half-sized pencil with no eraser you snagged from a little cardboard box on the librarian’s desk.

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  • Your inner Jack Nicholson pounds around in circles in your head, swearing and shuddering, decrying your overuse of the word snagged and your repetitive and/or awkward sentence structure.

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  • They didn't make the lasting impact a team such as the Patriots has, but plenty of New York Jets fans would happily trade a dozen playoff appearances for one of the Super Bowl titles snagged by those teams.

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  • The sword snagged, then pulled free of its sheath.

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  • Victorino tried to score from first on Chase Utley's two-out double off the right field wall in the third but he was cut down on a close play at the plate when catcher Iannetta's sweeping tag snagged his upper jersey before the sliding Victorino could touch the bag.

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