verb (used with object), snaf·fled, snaf·fling.
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Origin of snaffle1
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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
Busy with curb and snaffle reins, head bent, into her oval face a tint of color crept.The Green Mouse|Robert W. Chambers
Yet in that culinary maelstrom even Snaffle disowned either responsibility or complicity.Lanier of the Cavalry|Charles King
The lady should perform her first lessons with a snaffle bridle, holding the reins in both hands, and without a stirrup.The Young Lady's Equestrian Manual|Anonymous
I noticed his long stirrups and the curb rein hanging loose, while he held the snaffle, and concluded he was a cavalry officer.Mr. Isaacs|F. Marion Crawford
I like to see a horse trained to be ridden with an even pressure on both curb and snaffle, as described in the chapter on hands.Riding and Driving for Women|Belle Beach