gipio, cipio, gipia, gipia’, cipiasit, cipia, cipiasid, cipiasent, cipiasem, cipiasech, cipiasant, cipiasai, cipiant, cipian, cipiaist, cipiais, cipiai, cipiaf, cipia’, cipioch, cipiom, cipiasom, cipiaswn, cipid, cipiech, cipied, cipiem, cipien, cipient, cipier, cipies, cipiest, cipiet, cipiff, cipion, chipian, cipiont, cipir, cipith, cipiwch, cipiwn, cipiwyd, cipiwyf, cipiych, chipi, chipia, chipia’, chipiaf, chipiai, chipiais, chipiem, chipiaist, chipiant, chipiasai, chipiasant, chipiasech, chipiasem, chipiasent, chipiasid, chipiasit, chipiasoch, chipiasom, chipiaswn, chipid, chipiech, cipi, chipith, gipies, chipien, chipient, chipier, chipies, chipiest, chipiet, chipiff, chipio, chipioch, chipiodd, chipiom, chipion, chipiont, chipir, gipiych, gipiasem, gipiasant, gipiasai, gipiant, gipian, gipiaist, gipiais, gipiai, chipiwch, gipi, chipiych, chipiwyf, chipiwyd, chipiwn, gipiaf, gipiasech, cipiasoch, chipied, gipiasent, gipiasid, gipiasit, gipiasoch, gipiasom, gipiaswn, gipid, gipiech, gipied, gipiem, gipien, gipient, gipier, cipiodd, gipiest, gipiet, gipiff, gipioch, gipiodd, gipiom, gipion, gipiont, gipir, gipith, gipiwch, gipiwn, gipiwyd, gipiwyfcipio, nghipio
Noun(1) a small fragment(2) obscene terms for female genitals(3) (law(4) a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted overhead in one rapid motion(5) the act of catching an object with the hands
Verb(1) to grasp hastily or eagerly(2) to make grasping motions(3) take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom
(1) In the final minutes both sides had chances to snatch victory, with Ruddock coming close to a second and Condell producing a wonderful point blank save at the other end.(2) As he opened the door of the Wolesly I thought I heard a snatch of song from within - but it could have been their radio.(3) To execute the snatch , lift a weight off the floor and overhead in one smooth movement.(4) a bag snatch(5) Earlier this week we reported four violent robberies involving elderly women when thieves tried to snatch handbags.(6) Both sides had chances to snatch victory in the 2nd half.(7) Earlier this year, Lucy was pushed into a busy road by thieves who tried to snatch her mum's bag, as she sat helpless in her wheelchair.(8) a mission to snatch Winston Churchill(9) The chance to snatch victory in the end was lost by Carlow Town as a shot for goal went narrowly wide.(10) The rain had turned the ball into a bar of soap, making open play a lottery, but Wasps had a late chance to snatch victory only for Joe Worsley to spill forward as he broke from the back of a scrum in the dying moments.(11) Last night I caught just a snatch of it, an interview with an ancient black lady living in one of the squatter towns (informal settlements).(12) A quick snatch and grab and they were off, across the lawns to the West from which they had come.(13) With that went Drums' chance to snatch victory although both teams appeared satisfied at the final whistle with a point apiece.(14) a quick snatch of breath(15) Heather would jump up from the floor, snatch off her apron in raging indignation.(16) There was a distinct element of evil in his grin as he ripped the plaster off in one quick snatch , taking a few small but exceedingly painful hairs with it.
(1) snatch up :: snatch i fyny
1. period ::
2. fragment ::
3. bit ::
5. catch ::
6. cunt ::
7. grab ::
8. seize ::
9. snap ::
10. kidnap ::
Different Formssnatch, snatched, snatcher, snatchers, snatches, snatching
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