un-snaky

snaky

[sney-kee]
adjective, snakier, snakiest.
1.
of or pertaining to snakes.
2.
abounding in snakes, as a place.
3.
snakelike; twisting, winding, or sinuous.
4.
venomous; treacherous or insidious: a snaky remark.
5.
consisting of, entwined with, or bearing a representation of snakes or serpents, as a ring.
6.
Australian Informal. irritable, angry, or spiteful.

Origin:
1560–70; snake + -y1

snakily, adverb
snakiness, noun
unsnaky, adjective
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snaky (ˈsneɪkɪ)
 
adj , snakier, snakiest
1.  of or like a snake; sinuous
2.  treacherous or insidious
3.  infested with snakes
4.  informal (Austral), (NZ) angry or bad-tempered
 
'snakily
 
adv
 
'snakiness
 
n

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