[ UK /snˈe‍ɪk/ ]
[ US /ˈsneɪk/ ]
  1. a long faint constellation in the southern hemisphere near the equator stretching between Virgo and Cancer
  2. a tributary of the Columbia River that rises in Wyoming and flows westward; discovered in 1805 by the Lewis and Clark Expedition
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How To Use Snake In A Sentence

  • The boa and the rattlesnake are homebodies that seldom travel more than a couple of miles in a lifetime.
  • I had to join this long queue, that snaked around a couple of times, and as each person left, a disembodied voice said, ‘Cashier number seven, please!’
  • The overseer, a great strong man, cracking his "blacksnake" from time to time, to enforce authority, excited our strong indignation. 'Three Score Years and Ten' Life-Long Memories of Fort Snelling, Minnesota, and Other Parts of the West
  • Fuss' photograms have reproduced water droplets, birds in flight, moving light and even a trail of snakes moving across light-sensitive paper, dusted with talcum powder.
  • I was filming a music video in Central Kingston in the middle of general elections, when gunmen shot up a group of people on the corner playing ludo (snakes and ladders) and dominoes.
  • With its elongated snake-like body, the Leopard Moray eel moves very gently from one end to the other in the tank.
  • A solid snake of people still wound back along the north shore of the loch.
  • There is grassland on the natural brae of Royal Garden, yellow and green, fighting with the autumn. In this grassland, an alley wanders forward, just like the traces from a big snake' creeping.
  • Kundalini literally means'coiling,'like a snake.
  • Beneath them, he seemed to see her innards in frenzied motion, as though she had snakes nesting in her. COLDHEART CANYON
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