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See definition of snag on Dictionary.com
  • nouncomplication in situation
  • verbcatch on something

synonyms for snag

  • barrier
  • bug
  • crunch
  • difficulty
  • disadvantage
  • drawback
  • glitch
  • hitch
  • holdup
  • hurdle
  • impediment
  • inconvenience
  • obstacle
  • stumbling block
  • bar
  • blockade
  • brake
  • catch
  • clog
  • crimp
  • cropper
  • curb
  • drag
  • fix
  • hamper
  • hole
  • knot
  • obstruction
  • pickle
  • problem
  • puzzler
  • scrape
  • spot
  • Catch-22
  • the rub
  • tight spot
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antonyms for snag

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  • advantage
  • aid
  • assistance
  • benefit
  • blessing
  • help
  • boon
  • solution
  • convenience
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    How to use snag in a sentence

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    I babied mine and still saw a few small snags while bushwhacking.
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    By May, those efforts seemed to hit a snag when the Housing Commission decided not to move forward with 10 hotel properties it had initially eyed.
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    We made an extra steering-oar, too, because one of the others might get broke on a snag or something.
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    Imbedded in this bar was a long white snag, a tree trunk whose naked arms, thrusting far down stream, had literally impaled us.
    THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
    After that I waded back to the snag carefully, and once more ordered the young woman to come to me.
    THE WAY OF A MANEMERSON HOUGH
    At length I crept to the snag and beat against it with my cane.
    BIRDS OF THE ROCKIESLEANDER SYLVESTER KEYSER
    Down the road arose sharp words of command, and the burning top of a tall pine snag threw its light upon bayonets in the highway.
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    WORDS RELATED TO SNAG

    • access
    • achieve
    • amass
    • annex
    • attain
    • bring in
    • buy
    • catch
    • collect
    • cop
    • corral
    • earn
    • gain
    • gather
    • get
    • get hands on
    • get hold of
    • grab
    • have
    • land
    • latch onto
    • lock up
    • pick up
    • procure
    • promote
    • rack up
    • scare up
    • secure
    • snag
    • take
    • take possession of
    • wangle
    • win
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