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.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A tangled, knotted, or intertwined mass.
To become tangled, knotted or intertwined.
To catch an eel by thrusting a baited hook into its den.
Alternate spelling and pronunciation of snicker (corruption with giggle.) To chortle or chuckle.
(obsolete) To steal something of little value; diminutive corruption of snag + diminutive suffix.
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Thesaurus 1993.