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1. The dogs started to snarl at each other so I had to separate them.
2. Her mouth was contorted in a snarl.
3. The dog gave a low snarl.
4. The dog bared its teeth in a snarl.
5. With a snarl, the second dog made a dive for his heel.
6. She answered with an angry snarl.
7. "Aubrey." Hyde seemed almost to snarl the name.
8. She was tangled in a snarl of logs and branches.
9. The dog gave a low snarl so I quickly drew my hand back.
10. My knitting was in a terrible snarl.
11. She attempts a snarl, lost in the chit-chat.
12. Her face is all twisted up like a snarl.
13. With a snarl, Fox spun around and slapped him, harder than necessary.
14. The leopard gave a snarl of fury, as it realized that it had lost the element of surprise.
15. Yet, flickering behind the twisted snarl of resentment of self and the world, is a flame of human spirit.
16. His mouth twisted into a nasty snarl.
17. The resultant traffic snarl convinced him that there must be a more economical and efficient sys-tem of distribution.
18. You recoil, then you snarl at yourself and move your other arm.
19. She answered him with a snarl of disgust.
20. "Take your hands off me!" she said with a snarl.
21. His eyes flashed, and his lips were drawn back in a furious snarl.
22. And here was Captain jumping out of the back of the car, showing his shark's teeth in a welcoming snarl.
23. He touched his torn face and his lips drew back in a snarl.
24. As an investigative reporter, Mundy does a terrific job of untangling this complex snarl of interrelated cases.
25. Dead rats, floating in the brown swill of beer with teeth bared in a last deathly snarl.
26. Bigwig's eyes were closed and his lips pulled back from the long front teeth in a fixed snarl.
27. Martin, eyes glaring and lips drawn back in a feral snarl.
28. I hear them in there pry up his forehead like a manhole cover,[sentencedict.com/snarl.html] clash and snarl of jammed cogs.
29. Sensing their presence on the threshold of the door, it twisted its head up towards them with a atrocious snarl.
30. Amber was forced to notice him, but instead of apologising, she curled her lips into an ugly snarl.
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