sniggle

Sniggle - What does it mean?

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Sniggle vs Sniggled - What's the difference?

sniggle | sniggled |


As verbs the difference between sniggle and sniggled

is that sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den while sniggled is (sniggle).

Niggle vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

niggle | sniggle |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between niggle and sniggle

is that niggle is (obsolete) small, cramped handwriting while sniggle is (obsolete) to steal something of little value; diminutive corruption of snag + diminutive suffix .

As verbs the difference between niggle and sniggle

is that niggle is to trifle with; to deceive; to mock while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

As a noun niggle

is a minor complaint or problem.

Sniggle vs Snuggle - What's the difference?

sniggle | snuggle |


As verbs the difference between sniggle and snuggle

is that sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den while snuggle is (intransitive) to lie close to another person or thing, hugging or being cosy.

As a noun snuggle is

an affectionate hug.

Swiggle vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

swiggle | sniggle |


As verbs the difference between swiggle and sniggle

is that swiggle is (rare) to wriggle, wiggle or squirm while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

Snoggle vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

snoggle | sniggle |


As verbs the difference between snoggle and sniggle

is that snoggle is to kiss while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

Snaggle vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

snaggle | sniggle |


As verbs the difference between snaggle and sniggle

is that snaggle is to become tangled, knotted or intertwined while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

As a noun snaggle

is a tangled, knotted, or intertwined mass.

Snigger vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

snigger | sniggle |


As verbs the difference between snigger and sniggle

is that snigger is to emit a snigger while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

As a noun snigger

is a partly suppressed or broken laugh.

Sniggler vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

sniggler | sniggle |

Sniggler is a related term of sniggle.


As a noun sniggler

is a person who catches eels by hand, one who sniggles.

As a verb sniggle is

to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

Snag vs Sniggle - What's the difference?

snag | sniggle |


As verbs the difference between snag and sniggle

is that snag is to catch or tear (eg fabric) upon a rough surface or projection while sniggle is to catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.

As a noun snag

is a stump or base of a branch that has been lopped off; a short branch, or a sharp or rough branch; a knot; a protuberance or snag can be (uk|dialect|obsolete) a light meal or snag can be a misnaged, an opponent to chassidic judaism (more likely modern, for cultural reasons).

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