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Fruit, poultry, vegetables, any little thing they can snap up easily.

But a lad like you, David, might snap up a horn and a pistol or two without remark.

She had not believed Maud would be so ready to snap up a rich man; but—ah!

He was irascible, quick to snap up a word, which was foreign to him.

"'Why, you've got a snap up there on that soft bag," I rattled on.

A hawk in pursuit of a plump pigeon would not turn aside to snap up an insignificant sparrow.

Hang it, if that's the case, but I shall certainly marry you, and snap up that hundred and forty-five myself.

There was young Doctor Spink—and he was a real M. D.—up the street, ready and eager to snap up stray patients.

If she is confined to the coop, the chickens go forth and soon scratch for themselves and snap up the proper insect food.

And when you think how difficult it is—how many there are always ready, waiting to snap up any fellow with money!

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.