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snarl

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of snarl

  1. to speak sharply or irritably she snarled at me after I kept badgering her with questions Synonyms of 1snarl bark, snarlWords Related to 1snarl growl, grumble; roar, scream, shout, shriek, yell; fulminate, rage, rant, rave, sputter, storm, tee off, vent, vituperate; blow up, explode, flare (up), flip (out) [slang]Near Antonyms of 1snarl calm (down), simmer down


snarl

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of snarl

  1. to twist together into a usually confused mass you'll be awfully sorry if you snarl your fishing line Synonyms of 2snarl interlace, intertwine, intertwist, interweave, knot, snarl, tangleWords Related to 2snarl jumble, scrabble, scramble; braid, enlace, entwine, entwist, inweave, plait, twine, weave, wind, wreathe, writheNear Antonyms of 2snarl unknot, unravel, unscramble; unweaveAntonyms of 2snarl disentangle, unsnarl, untangle, untwine, untwist


snarl

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of snarl

  1. a crowded mass (as of cars) that impedes or blocks movement to no avail, the city promotes carpooling to help ease the traffic snarls that always accompany rush hour Synonyms of snarl backup, bottleneck, jam-up, logjam, jam, tailback [British], tie-upWords Related to snarl tangle; gridlock, lock; congestion, traffic; crawl, delay, slowdown, stoppage



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