snarf

[snahrf]

verb (used with object) Slang.

to eat quickly and voraciously; scarf (often followed by down or up).

Nearby words

  1. snapshooter,
  2. snapshot,
  3. snaptin,
  4. snare,
  5. snare drum,
  6. snark,
  7. snarky,
  8. snarl,
  9. snarl-up,
  10. snarler

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British Dictionary definitions for snarf

snarf

verb

informal to eat or drink greedily
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Word Origin and History for snarf

snarf

v.

"to take, grab," by 1989. Related: Snarfed; snarfing.

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