snarl|y

snarl|y
snarl|y 1 «SNAHR lee», adjective, snarl|i|er, snarl|i|est.
inclined to snarl or growl; bad-tempered; cross: »

A snarly waiter took our order.

SYNONYM(S): peevish, irritable.
[< snarl 1 + -y 1]
snarl|y 2 «SNAHR lee», adjective, snarl|i|er, snarl|i|est.
tangled; full of snarls: »

You're still within a snarly wood where angels and the devil wait for you to prove the advocate of good or evil (New Yorker).

SYNONYM(S): jumbled.
[< snarl2 + -y1]

Useful english dictionary. 2012.


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