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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

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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 ?
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.
Roderick, amidst the throng of the street, laid his hand on this man's chest, and looking full into his forbidding face,"How is the snake to-day?
Pretending to look earnestly at this respectable person's stomach, Roderick assured him that his snake was a copper-head and had been generated by the immense quantities of that base metal with which he daily defiled his fingers.
Those who kill snakes get killed by snakes," said Chuchundra, more sorrowfully than ever.
When he had lifted one-third of himself clear of the ground, he stayed balancing to and fro exactly as a dandelion tuft balances in the wind, and he looked at Rikki-tikki with the wicked snake's eyes that never change their expression, whatever the snake may be thinking of.
He looked for a moment at the black depths behind the ceiling-cloth, at the carcass of the mangled snake under foot, and last, a grey glaze setting on his face, at the thing under the table-cloth.
He lifted his foot, and to the little toe there clung the head of the half-killed snake, firm fixed in the agony of death.
He did not say anything for a minute, but scratched his head and turned the snake over with his boot.
I scream for him to run, but he just hit and hit that snake like he was crazy.
Professor Bumper seemed to fall backward as the grip of the serpent relaxed, but Tom, dropping his rifle, and calling to Ned to keep an eye on the snake, leaped forward and caught his friend.
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.
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.
But ye come with lies, Man and Snake both, and would have me believe the city is not, and that my wardship ends.
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.