snag


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Synonyms for snag

Synonyms for snag

a tricky or unsuspected condition

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Synonyms for snag

a dead tree that is still standing, usually in an undisturbed forest

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an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart

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an unforeseen obstacle

catch on a snag

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get by acting quickly and smartly

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hew jaggedly

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He was reportedly not convinced about the snag being rectified.
I have had a demo "applied" to me using the SNAG Controller and, believe me, it can leave you flopping around like a fish on dry land.
If the engine won't start next time, you may not have noticed the snag.
March 25,2011 Aounist deputy of the House Alain Aoun,foretold a quick formation of a Miqati-led cabinet blaming"others" for eventual snags.
We measured nest and snag height using a standard metric tape measure and clinometer (Suunto PM-5).
SNAG THIS SIGN Less is more when pursuing this prince.
Seitz often arranges presentations about the forest at elementary schools and a life-sized replica of a snag - a little Disney-fied to be sure - can make all the difference in keeping young students engaged.
Summary: The current negotiations on the definition of rules of origin of the products exchanged within the Arab Free Trade Zone (AFTZ) hit a snag over the determination pf 26 categories of products, an official source at Trade Ministry told APS.
That's the opinion of the School Nutrition Action Group or SNAG for short.
2000) reported that Alaska yellow-cedar wood from live trees and two snag classes experience rapid decay when challenged with wood-decaying fungi.
That's 30 carats worth of snag potential for all the other ladies walking by with flowing trains.
Snag has been campaigning against the closure of special schools in Liverpool after the city council announced it wanted to close most of them by 2010.
These moves come in the final fractions of a second in a hummingbird's attempt to snag an insect out of the air, Yanega and his Connecticut colleague Margaret A.
Just think of the number of times you've dabbed clear nail varnish on your tights in an effort to stop a snag turning into a ladder.