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snape

Word Origin and History for snape
snape
"to be hard upon, rebuke, snub," c.1300, from O.N. sneypa "to outrage, dishonor, disgrace."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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Examples for snape
  • snape himself confirms the rumour in harry potter and the order of the phoenix.
  • snape, dying from his wounds, releases a cloud of memories and tells harry to take them.
  • snape is generally depicted as having a dour and intense personality.
  • As a child, snape was apparently neglected and his parents often fought each other.

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