verb (used with object)
Words nearby snooker
Origin of snooker
Examples from the Web for snooker
The worst attack occurred after nightfall on Thursday at a snooker club in Quetta in an area frequented by Hazara Shia Muslims.
But Snooker, as usual, tried to sneak away, his tail between his legs.
A four-handed game of snooker is in as rapid progress as is reasonably possible.
But Snooker spent all his spare time biting and snuffling, and he stank abominably.
In some rooms it is considered fair and part of the game to snooker an opponent deliberately; in others the practice is condemned.
A year ago young Snooker had done a month for one of those very trout.Mr. Britling Sees It Through|H. G. Wells