snarly
I. adjective see snarl II II. adjective see snarl IV

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • snarly — snarly1 [snär′lē] adj. snarlier, snarliest snarling; bad tempered; cross snarly2 [snär′lē] adj. snarlier, snarliest snarled; tangled; confused …   English World dictionary

  • snarly — adjective Given to snarling or growling. The snarly dog scared me for years until I learned it was very friendly and just lonely …   Wiktionary

  • snarly — Ⅰ. snarl [1] ► VERB 1) growl with bared teeth. 2) say something aggressively. ► NOUN ▪ an act or sound of snarling. DERIVATIVES snarly adjective. ORIGIN …   English terms dictionary

  • Snarly — …   Wikipedia

  • snarly — snarly1 /snahr lee/, adj., snarlier, snarliest. apt to snarl; easily irritated. [1790 1800; SNARL1 + Y1] snarly2 /snahr lee/, adj., snarlier, snarliest. full of knotty snarls; tangled. [1640 50; SNARL2 + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • snarly — adj. easily annoyed, irritable; tending to growl; knotty, tangled …   English contemporary dictionary

  • snarly — /ˈsnali/ (say snahlee) adjective 1. (of an animal) snarling. 2. (of a person) irritable; cantankerous. {snarl1 + y1} –snarliness, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • snarly — adjective tangled in knots or snarls a mass of knotted string snarled thread • Syn: ↑knotty, ↑snarled • Similar to: ↑tangled • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • snarly\ boo — A noun which is synonymous with certain highly audible and noxious types of flatulence. Must be used in conjunction with the verb to craft. Pete, don t walk behind me. I have to craft a snarly boo …   Dictionary of american slang

  • snarly\ boo — A noun which is synonymous with certain highly audible and noxious types of flatulence. Must be used in conjunction with the verb to craft. Pete, don t walk behind me. I have to craft a snarly boo …   Dictionary of american slang

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