verb (used with object), snaf·fled, snaf·fling.
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Origin of snaffle1
Words nearby snaffle
Definition for snaffle (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), snaf·fled, snaf·fling.British Informal.
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Example sentences from the Web for snaffle
Deirdre heard the click, click of Ginger's snaffle, the chirping of young birds under the roof, while Conal was eating.The Pioneers|Katharine Susannah Prichard
The horses crunched them with a relish, their light snaffle bits acting as only slight impediments to their mastication.Peggy Stewart at School|Gabrielle E. Jackson
A vigorous stirring is bound to upheave what is searched for, so in due course the Captain dug up a snaffle-bit.John Ermine of the Yellowstone|Frederic Remington
He wondered why she hadn't taken advantage of the situation here to snaffle a husband.Industrial Revolution|Poul William Anderson
The latter held the reins in both hands, each rein being single and fastened to either side of a snaffle-like bit.Assyria, Its Princes, Priests and People|A. H. (Archibald Henry) Sayce