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Use "snatcher" in a sentence
"And if it weren't for the fact that the snatcher was a fellow South Carolinian, the Secretary of Education, I don't know I'd be wild about this."
"The blood-red rosette of Nero entitled the snatcher of it to one hundred francs."
"I heard this among the men of the city horse-cars, where the conductor is often call'd a "snatcher" (i.e. because his characteristic duty is to constantly pull or snatch the bell-strap, to stop or go on.)"