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1. verb, slang To cheat or deceive (someone). That lying jerk has snaked us for the last time. The lawyer snaked Tom out of nearly half his inheritance.
2. verb, slang To take (something) stealthily or surreptitiously; to steal or pilfer (something). He reached over and snaked a cigarette from the pack she left lying on the table.
Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. © 2015 Farlex, Inc, all rights reserved.
1. in. to scheme; to plot and plan. (Prisons.) He spent a lot of time snaking about that job.
2. tv. to steal something. Where did you snake that bike?
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
- (as) mad as a snake
- a snake in (one's) bosom
- a snake in the grass
- banana oil
- go at like a boy killing snakes
- If it was a snake it woulda bit you
- if it was a snake, it would've bit you
- like fighting snakes
- mad as a snake
- nourish a snake in (one's) bosom
- nurse a snake in (one's) bosom
- nurture a snake in (one's) bosom
- one-eyed pants snake
- one-eyed snake
- one-eyed trouser snake
- see snakes
- seeing pink elephants
- seeing snakes
- snake along
- snake eyes
- snake in the grass
- snake oil
- snake oil salesman
- snakebite medicine
- snakes and ladders
- trouser snake
- viper in one's bosom
- viper in one's bosom, (nourish) a