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snaky

[ sney-kee ]
/ ˈsneɪ ki /
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adjective, snak·i·er, snak·i·est.
of or relating to snakes.
abounding in snakes, as a place.
snakelike; twisting, winding, or sinuous.
venomous; treacherous or insidious: a snaky remark.
consisting of, entwined with, or bearing a representation of snakes or serpents, as a ring.
Australian Informal. irritable, angry, or spiteful.
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Origin of snaky

First recorded in 1560–70; snake + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM snaky

snak·i·ly, adverbsnak·i·ness, nounun·snak·y, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for snaky

snaky
/ (ˈsneɪkɪ) /

adjective snakier or snakiest
of or like a snake; sinuous
treacherous or insidious
infested with snakes
Australian and NZ informal angry or bad-tempered

Derived forms of snaky

snakily, adverbsnakiness, noun
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