Snag in a sentence as a noun

Must have some money behind them to snag that domain name!

There is no guarantee that you won't snag on some tripwire in their rules engine.

I like my work here too much to allow a process snag to make me unhappy.

When I make an object at runtime I can just snag preallocated space from the pool.

I love you more than I have words, particularly if you can somehow snag context for it.

If Tesla can snag similar praise making a car for thirty thousand then I might become a fan.

Snag in a sentence as a verb

"When has a candidate ever campaigned in a place for any other reason other than an attempt to snag votes?

You're welcome to continue using whatever software stack you prefer - I don't intend to snag everyone.

I’m yet to get a paycheck after almost 2 months of work because my co-founder hit a snag with some investors from a previous gig. I’m OK with this because in the long-run things will be golden.

Last friday a co-worker managed to snag one of the new iPhone 5s from an AT&T store and wanted to transfer everything from his old iPhone 3GS to it.

The cover layer of a non-flight suit, which is used for ground-based testing, serves as abrasion/snag protection, a cover for technical details, and to a lesser extent, aesthetics.

"The other distinction is that Y Combinator didnt let investors snag any participants early, as it previously has."We don't have any power to stop companies from taking investment.

Snag definitions


a sharp protuberance


a dead tree that is still standing, usually in an undisturbed forest; "a snag can provide food and a habitat for insects and birds"


an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart; "there was a rip in his pants"; "she had snags in her stockings"

See also: rent split tear


an unforeseen obstacle

See also: hang-up hitch


catch on a snag; "I snagged my stocking"


get by acting quickly and smartly; "snag a bargain"


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