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Definition of "snatching" [snatching]

  • Present participle of snatch. (verb)
  • The act by which something is snatched. (noun)

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Use "snatching" in a sentence
  • "They will begin snatching them up in droves and GM will soon be reestablished as the world's number one automaker."
  • "What, exactly, is the basis for your belief that the US is legally justified in snatching foreign nationals outside the territorial US AND at the same time providing them with essentially none of the rights of aliens in the US?"
  • "This top attractor pattern is virtually unmatched in snatching trout from heavy currents, broken water, and bouldery pockets."