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Noun
Plural for something that is entangled or intertwined
“We tear through a snarl of vines and burst onto a narrow footpath that opens up into a clearing.”
Noun
Plural for a crowd or mass that blocks or impedes movement
“Taxicabs did everything but climb over each other as they struggled in a traffic snarl spreading half a mile around the Place d'Etoile.”
Noun
Plural for a disorganized or chaotic situation or collection of things
“They were dealing with an abnormal man whose snarl of problems had existed long before either of them met him.”
Noun
Plural for the act of growling or scowling with anger or irritation
“The great cat paused and looked up, and when he saw Tarzan and Nkima, he bared his fangs in an angry snarl.”
Noun
Plural for the result of tying, knotting or joining something together
Noun
Plural for a complicated or baffling situation or thing
Noun
Plural for a (typically heated) verbal argument
Noun
Plural for complicated situation
Noun
Plural for a mistake arising from or resulting in confusion
Noun
Plural for a violent disturbance of the peace by a crowd
Noun
Plural for a state of confusion or disorderliness
Noun
Plural for a network of fine threads, especially one constructed by a spider
Verb
To become, or cause to become, entangled or intertwined
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“It was so easy to snarl the threads as they came from the loom.”
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To cause disarray or disorganization in the order of
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“The proposed system will only snarl up the situation further.”
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To growl, like an angry or surly animal
“It was the kind of fear I got when I heard two dogs snarl at each other just before they fought.”
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To say something quickly and irritably
“Normally, Monica would snarl about being an adult and handling her own life, but not today.”
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To diminish the confidence or courage of
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To complain or grumble, typically quietly or discretely
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To state one's intention to take hostile action against (someone) in retribution for something done or not done
Verb
Mistake
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