• WordNet 3.6
    • v snarf make off with belongings of others
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In literature:

She snarfed choco-banana across the table, then scooped it up and put it back in her mouth.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow

In news:

Our Lady Snarf expressed her guilt via Facebook.
Video evidence that employees do, indeed, get dumber than the Domino 's "chef" snarfing on your dinner.
How to be there for everyone who needs you—without turning into a Chardonnay-chugging, corn-chip-snarfing hot mess.
For a bite of warmth, and a sub, hit Snarf 's.
Snarf 's has several locations along the Front Range, including this one at 1001 E 11th Ave in Denver.
Okay, this one will have you snarfing in no time.
) If we didn't just freak you out, this week is an optimal time to learn more about making and snarfing fermented foods.
This undated image provided by Scott Franke shows Scott Franke and his wife, Andy Kyle, holding their adopted pet dog, Snarf in New Albany, Ind.