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Synonyms for snarf

make off with belongings of others

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Well, Snarf was so scared that he quickly fled back into his burrow - full speed ahead
UNDER HIS WING: Diet-conscious Christopher Walken sure didn't snarf chicken at any of the KFCs he had to visit on the multigenerational road trip from ``Around the Bend,'' his new family dramedy.
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Evil Simon and his sidekick, Snarf, set into motion plans to steal their magic.
Kathy Bates, looking darn sexy in a rust Eric Gaskins gown, was smart to snarf up some food early on to get her through the night.
Jackson before dashing inside to snarf some dinner in the elegant ballroom, its ceiling swagged with gold- and-apricot drapes, dripping with huge crystal chandeliers; on the tables, plexiglass centerpieces were swimming with gold-and-white baby koi.
Even if you couldn't make it to Sotheby's to snarf the ritzy snacks - crab puffs, radicchio salad, tender wrapped meat nibbles - and sip bubbly on the open-air patio, you can still have a heart.
The last 20 years in Germany also have seen a proliferation of Turkish and Greek restaurants, perfect for quasi-vegetarians who snarf down the veggie pitas, even though one Greek purveyor couldn't believe all Stephanie wanted in her gyro was sauerkraut.