from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of snake.
- n. A layout or motion that snakes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of hauling a log, or of passing a line in a zigzag manner or spirally between two larger ropes.
- n. A snake-like curl or spiral.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Her hair was braided into a complicated sort of net, bits of chain snaking around the knots of silky black.
Destinies flicker in snaking forks from the fabric of space.
The word snaking through the pipeline is that Don Rozzini has been hiring illegals to help him cope with rising demand from summer tourists.
Gilgamesh, with the eye of the warrior born, saw the growing weakness in his opponent and launched a savage attack ... but it was too early and Culain blocked the blows and spun on his heel, his sword snaking out in a murderous riposte.
The closest guard turned on her, his sword snaking toward her thigh.
Wotan leapt clear, his sword snaking into his hands.
Something in the bush to his right moved and Galead swung, his sword snaking out.
If any noobs lag behind and get strong items like they do in Mario Kart Wii, and take the leader's rightful position, the snaking is the suitable punishment.
The worthlessness and danger of such a railroad was soon demonstrated by innumerable accidents caused by the spreading of rails, the "snaking" of the flat bars of iron through the cars, and the feebleness of the engines.
Here and there the crews were "snaking" out sections and bumping them off to other parts of the gridiron; a car here, a car there -- all aflounder, but quite simple to this merry wanderer.