snaffle

[n] - a simple jointed bit for a horse 2. [v] - fit or restrain with a snaffle, as of horses
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Snaffle

Snaf'fle noun [ Dutch snavel a beak, bill, snout; akin to German schnabel , Old High German snabul ,. sneb , snebbe , OFries. snavel mouth, Dan. & Swedish snabel beak, bill, Lithuanian snapas , and to English snap , v. See Snap
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Snaffle

Snaf'fle transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Snaffled ; present participle & verbal noun Snaffling .] To put a snaffle in the mouth of; to subject to the snaffle; to bridle.
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snaffle

snaffle bit noun a simple jointed bit for a horse; without a curb
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Snaffle

• (v. t.) To put a snaffle in the mouth of; to subject to the snaffle; to bridle. • (n.) A kind of bridle bit, having a joint in the part to be placed in the mouth, and rings and cheek pieces at the ends, but having no curb; -- called also snaffle bit.
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Snaffle

Snaffle is slang for to grab, seize or steal.
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Snaffle

Snaffle is slang for to grab, seize or steal.
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Snaffle

A snaffle is a type of bridle bit, composed of two, smooth-jointed mouth bars jointed together in the middle, with rings at the ends for reins.
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Snaffle

[cheek] The verb snaffle is a British colloquialism. Born on the croquet lawns of Oxford, it was originally coined as a reference to a technically illegal double hit to put a ball through the hoop at close range from an angle that would not be possible with a normal shot. The word has since entered into the common lexicon to refer to a chee
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