from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To lop; to snathe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To lop; to snathe.
- n. See snath.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as snead.
- n. Same as snead.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
At least to the point where a lot of OEA members sned their kids to private schools.
The taxpayers sned money to the auto-makers to bail them out, and now the President decides it's a good idea to give them more money for innovation?
Exports are a real cost: people here work and make stuff, and sned it to other people so they can use it.
We will fight anytime anywhere regardless of what our bielifs are sned us and we will take it, dont drag the troops in to this.
Either that or I will sned a protest vote for McCain.
I agree, I think this is very important and a link should be sned to the party
Love those bhaturas! they would taste so good with chai! no need for anything else yaar! sned some over.
Duz ceiling kitteh sned a grate spirut out de windoz and dorz of houz so dare is protekshun for alllllll?
The gods will also sned this clue by attacking a good disfavored company, either by creating problems with the product (Firestone, JetBlue) or by attacking them in a media form (McDonalds).
One small project in this learning process is: I want to be able to talk dirty to my fiance….would you be willing to sned me a few good phrases or sentences or anything maybe with a few phonetics next to the words so I can learn them and practice them on him?