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See definition of sniped on Dictionary.com
  • as injeer
  • as infilch

synonyms for sniped

  • hoot
  • quip
  • ridicule
  • scoff
  • sneer
  • snipe
  • taunt
  • banter
  • comeback
  • contemn
  • deride
  • dig
  • fleer
  • flout
  • gibe
  • hector
  • jab
  • jest
  • mock
  • laugh at
  • make a crack
  • poke fun
  • put down
  • put on
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antonyms for sniped

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  • compliment
  • praise
  • commend
  • flatter
  • give
  • offer
  • receive
  • contribute
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How to use sniped in a sentence

We met with little opposition, save from occasional bands of stragglers who concealed themselves behind rocks and sniped at us.
WAR IN THE GARDEN OF EDENKERMIT ROOSEVELT
During the run back we were sniped at occasionally by Turks who were still hiding in the hills.
WAR IN THE GARDEN OF EDENKERMIT ROOSEVELT
A number of Boers were in the vicinity of the first camp, Witbank, and the camp was sniped during the night.
THE RECORD OF A REGIMENT OF THE LINEM. JACSON
When I reached within fifteen paces I was sniped by a Hunnish swine, the bullet entering my back, penetrating my intestines.
THE IRISH ON THE SOMMEMICHAEL MACDONAGH
This he would take with remarkable skill and alacrity, because at this corner he was always sniped.
ADVENTURES OF A DESPATCH RIDERW. H. L. WATSON
On the 24th the baggage of the column was well sniped by some sixty Boers at Kopjeskraal, on the way to Vaalbank.
TWO YEARS ON TREKLOUIS EUGNE DU MOULIN
At night the Turkish patrols crawled up close to our lines, and sniped away without being seen.
TROOPER BLUEGUM AT THE DARDANELLESOLIVER HOGUE
Wilmore, a very gallant soldier, who was sniped one day when outside his trench.
THE SHERWOOD FORESTERS IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1919CAPTAIN W. C. C. WEETMAN
The enemy used explosive and dum-dum bullets, and sniped off any of our wounded lying exposed in the open.
THE SEVENTEENTH HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY (GLASGOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BATTALION)VARIOUS
The three used to grope about in the daytime to get food and drink, and the Turks sniped at them whenever they got the chance.
IN THE LINE OF BATTLEVARIOUS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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