verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of snatch
Examples from the Web for snatcher
"It's a corrupt form for snatcher," retorted the March Hare.Alice in Blunderland|John Kendrick Bangs
And the snatcher, w'ich was Wicked Willie, relieves 'im of it gently.The Incendiary|W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
She did so; and all she could remember about the snatcher was that he was a handsome young man with an eyeglass in one eye.
He said the snatcher was smarter than Auntie and he hoped it would teach her a lesson.
Two young fellows are having a friendly talk, amid which, says 1st conductor, "What did you do before you was a snatcher?"Complete Prose Works|Walt Whitman