Snib

a wooden toggle used to hold the work on a table.
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Snib

Snib transitive verb [ Middle English snibben ; confer Danish snibbe , and English snub , transitive verb ] To check; to sneap; to sneb. [ Obsolete] « Him would he snib sharply for the nones.» Chaucer.
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Snib

Snib noun A reprimand; a snub. [ Obsolete] Marston.
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Snib

• (n.) A reprimand; a snub. • (v. t.) To check; to sneap; to sneb.
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Snib

A snib is a manually operated catch for the internal locking of Yale type locks. Once operated it prevents key holders from using the lock externally, or allows the door to be closed without the lock engaging. Colloquial (UK) also the button inside car doors for locking the car. The term may also be used (as a noun) to indicate the bolt or latch o...
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Snib

In architecture, snib is an old Scottish and Irish term for a lock, catch, or fastening for a door, window, etc.
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Snib

Snib is slang for a petty thief.
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Snib

Snib was an old term for a sharp rebuke or a snub.
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