noun, plural snipes, (especially collectively) snipe for 1, 2.
verb (used without object), sniped, snip·ing.
Words nearby snipe
Origin of snipe
OTHER WORDS FROM snipesnipe·like, adjectivesnip·er, nouncoun·ter·snip·er, noun
Examples from the Web for sniped
Away from the battlefield, the two groups have sniped at one another online.Even a Top Democrat Thinks Obama's Legal Case for War Makes No Sense|Eli Lake|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The enemy used explosive and dum-dum bullets, and sniped off any of our wounded lying exposed in the open.
On looking to see what it was, I found several jackals and pie-dogs mangling a horse that had strayed and been sniped.The Secrets of a Kuttite|Edward O. Mousley
Bors, of course, could not send a landing-party anywhere, lest it be sniped.
If a single ship came inquiringly, it might be sniped and the news of Kandar suppressed for a while longer.
He might have sniped the guards anyway, but he had it easier.The Affair of the Brains|Anthony Gilmore