snash

[ snash, snahsh ]
/ snæʃ, snɑʃ /
Scot.

noun

insolence; impertinence.

verb (used without object)

to use abusive language; speak disrespectfully.

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Origin of snash

First recorded in 1780–90; origin uncertain
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Example sentences from the Web for snash

  • You can say what ye like aboot me—lies, sneers, snash—and I'll say naethin'.

    Bob, Son of Battle|Alfred Ollivant