verb (used with object), snagged, snag·ging.
verb (used without object), snagged, snag·ging.
Content related to snag
Words nearby snag
Origin of snag
OTHER WORDS FROM snagsnag·like, adjectiveun·snagged, adjective
Examples from the Web for snagged
He snagged the best actor award at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival for In the Mood for Love.Tony Leung on His Journey to Kung Fu Spirituality in ‘The Grandmaster’|Jean Trinh|August 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In reality, Lochte snagged two gold, two silver and one bronze.Ryan Lochte: Sex, Swimming & More Crazy Things From Reality TV Trailer|Anna Klassen|March 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In 2004 Pete Cabrinha snagged a “bomb,” but realized it only after watching the video.
Bremer also snagged an award from the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in June.
Outside, Londoner Bryan Butler, who snagged a copy, said he had read the paper every Sunday for 30 years.
Directly ahead, the truant paddle had snagged against a log which protruded from the water.Dan Carter and the Great Carved Face|Mildred A. Wirt
There is no evidence of the use of a cutting tool; the edges of the patching pieces were torn or snagged along a thread.Chincha Plain-weave cloths|Lila M. O'Neale
This lake ends in a big muskeg, and we snagged our canoe there one fall.For the Allinson Honor|Harold Bindloss
The night passed quietly and with the morning they began to make preparations looking to the repairing of the snagged Comfort.Motor Boat Boys Among the Florida Keys|Louis Arundel
Giving no thought to her clothes, she squeezed through the narrow opening and snagged her sweater.Signal in the Dark|Mildred A. Wirt
British Dictionary definitions for snagged
verb snags, snagging or snagged
Derived forms of snagsnaglike, adjective
Word Origin for snag
Idioms and Phrases with snagged
see hit a snag.