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Synonyms for snake

Synonyms for snake

to move sinuously

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

to move along in a crouching or prone position

Synonyms for snake

a deceitful or treacherous person

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a tributary of the Columbia River that rises in Wyoming and flows westward

a long faint constellation in the southern hemisphere near the equator stretching between Virgo and Cancer

Synonyms

something long, thin, and flexible that resembles a snake

move smoothly and sinuously, like a snake

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form a snake-like pattern

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move along a winding path

References in classic literature ?
It was the big boa that whipped itself around you, as you leaned over," explained Tom, as Ned came up to announce that the snake was no longer dangerous.
One of the bearers was bitten by a poisonous snake, and though prompt measures were taken, the poison spread so rapidly that the man died.
I scream for him to run, but he just hit and hit that snake like he was crazy.
A snake of his size, in fighting trim, would be more than any boy could handle.
Kaa was not a poison snake--in fact he rather despised the poison snakes as cowards--but his strength lay in his hug, and when he had once lapped his huge coils round anybody there was no more to be said.
Now a snake, especially a wary old python like Kaa, very seldom shows that he is angry, but Baloo and Bagheera could see the big swallowing muscles on either side of Kaa's throat ripple and bulge.
The Snake River here wound its devious way between low banks through the great plain of the Three Butes; and was bordered by wide and fertile meadows.
The lofty range of the Three Tetons, those great landmarks of the Rocky Mountains rising in the east and circling away to the north and west of the great plain of Snake River, and the mountains of Salt River and Portneuf toward the south, catch the earliest falls of snow.
He caught the snake behind the hood, forced the mouth open with the blade of the knife, and showed the terrible poison-fangs of the upper jaw lying black and withered in the gum.
The snake in his bosom seemed the symbol of a monstrous egotism to which everything was referred, and which he pampered, night and day, with a continual and exclusive sacrifice of devil worship.
He appeared to imagine that the snake was a divinity,--not celestial, it is true, but darkly infernal,--and that he thence derived an eminence and a sanctity, horrid, indeed, yet more desirable than whatever ambition aims at.
Thus beset the snake writhed and twisted horribly; but not for an instant did it loose its hold upon any of its intended victims, for it had included the ape-man in its cold embrace the minute that he had fallen upon it.
I told him that he ought to think himself lucky it wasn't anything worse than a monkey and a snake, for the last person Roscoe Sherriff handled, an emotional actress named Devenish, had to keep a young puma.
But I don't suppose we have any snakes of the kind in this cold climate--I daresay an ordinary one will do.
Long before I had heard of the existence of snakes, I was tormented by them in my sleep.