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snapshot a photograph taken with a small, ordinary camera.
snare1 a trap for catching small animals and birds. Snares usually have a noose. [2 definitions]
snare2 a string or wire that is stretched over the bottom skin of a snare drum.
snare drum a small drum fitted with snares or wires that make a rattling sound.
snarl1 to growl and show teeth in a threatening or vicious way. [3 definitions]
snarl2 a tangle or mat. [4 definitions]
snatch to take quickly or suddenly; grab. [3 definitions]
sneak to move quietly and in a sly way. [3 definitions]
sneaker a shoe that has a rubber sole. Sneakers are made of cloth or other flexible material and are worn to play sports.
sneer to smile or move one's mouth to show scorn. [2 definitions]
sneeze to let out a sudden, involuntary burst of air through the mouth and nose. [2 definitions]
snicker to laugh in a sly and partly restrained way. [2 definitions]
sniff to take in short breaths of air through the nose that can be heard. [4 definitions]
sniffle to sniff continuously because of a cold or crying. [3 definitions]
snip to cut or clip with short, quick strokes of scissors. [3 definitions]
snob a person who admires and imitates people of a high social or intellectual class. Snobs act or feel superior to anyone of a lower class. [2 definitions]
snoop to look into others' affairs or possessions in a secret way. [2 definitions]
snooze (informal) to sleep for a short period of time; nap. [2 definitions]
snore to breathe with loud, hoarse noises while sleeping. [2 definitions]
snorkel a tube that is held in the mouth and extends above the surface of water. Snorkels allow swimmers to breathe while their faces are in the water.
snort to push air through the nose in a noisy, rough, and forceful way. [4 definitions]