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Sentence count:80+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-12Updated:2017-02-12
Synonym: bitclutchgrabgrasphookscrapseizeshredsnagsnaretrapSimilar words: watchbatchmatchcatchpatchcatch oncatch-allcatchesMeaning: [snætʃ] n. 1. a small fragment 2. obscene terms for female genitals 3. (law) the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against their will and holding them in false imprisonment 4. a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted overhead in one rapid motion 5. the act of catching an object with the hands. v. 1. to grasp hastily or eagerly 2. to make grasping motions 3. take away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom. 
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1. She managed to snatch the gun from his hand.
2. The eagle swooped down to snatch a young rabbit.
3. Hey, you kids! Don't all snatch!
4. Perhaps you'll be able to snatch a couple of hours' sleep before dinner.
5. I'm so busy I have to snatch meals when I can.
6. It's rude to snatch.
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7. He was humming a snatch of a song from "Cabaret".
8. I managed to snatch an hour's sleep on the train.
9. You can even snatch a few hours off.
10. I felt someone behind me make a snatch at my bag.
11. The American came from behind to snatch victory by a mere eight seconds.
12. He strained every nerve to snatch victory from defeat.
13. I managed to snatch an hour's sleep.
14. The magazine was snatch from my hand before I could read it.
15. Someone's going to snatch your purse if you leave it sticking out of your bag like that.
16. Unseen thorns begin to snatch at your clothes and rip your skin.
17. It is rude to snatch.
18. Coles tried to snatch a few hours' sleep.
19. Both the snatch and the clean and jerk are his forte.
20. Bald eagles snatch fish at the water surface, rob osprey of fish, and eat carrion.
21. He was always ready to snatch at any opportunity for advancement.
22. Simultaneously the identical claw hook can snatch up and lower down the transistor frames of various widths, and the compatibility is stronger.
23. She clutched her purse tightly, fearing that someone might snatch it.
24. The owner made a dive for the rejected clothing and began to snatch it this way and that.
25. Freeze onto that bag or someone in the crowd may snatch it.
26. Miller was trying to help his career and, to coin a phrase, snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.
27. "A lot of the more mature people come down and snatch up the jobs, " says Stewart.
28. This letter pleased me beyond reason. I was almost moved to snatch up my pen and write a thank-you letter in return to thank him for his.
29. Then he destroyed all comers in the Belmont to snatch the Triple Crown.
30. The outsider's impulse toward child bride rescue scenarios can be overwhelming: Snatch up the girl, punch out the nearby adults, and run.
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