Definition of snarf
: 3scoff 1 snarfed down some pizza
Recent Examples of snarf from the Web
Rank-and-file members of the CIA and the NSA morphed in the popular imagination from metadata-snarfing desk jockeys to brave sleeper agents of the Deep State, bent on sinking the president’s leaky ship.
There are the requisite partyers snarfing coke up their nostrils (and other orifices).
As the Patriots quarterback snarfs down a pancake, the camera spins around to a new angle and shows the crumbs falling from his mouth.
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Origin and Etymology of snarf
perhaps blend of 2snack and 5scarf
First Known Use: circa 1963See Words from the same year
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