Synonyms for snaky

Grammar : Adj
Spell : sney-kee
Phonetic Transcription : ˈsneɪ ki

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Définition of snaky

Origin :
  • 1560s, from snake (n.) + -y (2).
  • adj winding
  • adj devious, sly
Example sentences :
  • "Snaky" was Belle's thought of the woman; "sinuous" was Garlock's of the man.
  • Extract from : « The Galaxy Primes » by Edward Elmer Smith
  • She juggled the wheel and made a snaky path off to one side of the road.
  • Extract from : « Highways in Hiding » by George Oliver Smith
  • "They're so snaky, dark, and deceitful-looking," interrupted Mrs. Markham.
  • Extract from : « The Crusade of the Excelsior » by Bret Harte
  • She gave me to understand, in that snaky, frozen way of hers, that I was a fool for thinking so.
  • Extract from : « No Clue » by James Hay
  • "He's the long, snaky knife that hangs in the parlor," said Hortense.
  • Extract from : « The Cat in Grandfather's House » by Carl Henry Grabo
  • And then there were the long ‘snaky’ ringlets, which the man at the tavern had described to me.
  • Extract from : « Frank in the Woods » by Harry Castlemon
  • It's his snaky movements and his ferret eyes that is getting on me nerves.
  • Extract from : « The Flying Bo'sun » by Arthur Mason
  • Beautiful the strange, snaky lifting of the muzzles, the swaying of the sharp horns.
  • Extract from : « Aaron's Rod » by D. H. Lawrence
  • I shall be proud to introduce you to our slim and snaky sort at Coolspring.
  • Extract from : « The Fallen Leaves » by Wilkie Collins
  • Save for a stern and ominous look in his cold, snaky eye, he might not have heard.
  • Extract from : « Aletta » by Bertram Mitford

Antonyms for snaky

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