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1.
A cock hungry slag, preying on poor united fans on the Betty Bus. Especially at Southampton away, where her minge tried to eat a poor lads fist. She forces these lads to take a blowjob off her and sometimes even sex. Bettys and Susan Boyles twisted love child.
Snars minge tried to eat my fist, now I can't sleep at night.
by Laura Biddulph September 03, 2012
 
2.
Means nothing, At all. Can be used in almost Any situation to replace any word.
Oh I think I tore my snaR,

He snaR'd em
by snaRadams January 31, 2012
 
3.
Once upon a time - SNAR - was a secret collective in sweden, primarly in the northern parts around norrbotten. They twisted and bended the rules of society in order to gain power, knowledge, wisdom and wealth.

Most of the members of SNAR is now lurking and infiltrating the highest ranks in the world in various fields ranging from politics, economics, science, art, sports, entertainment etc.

The time has come for SNAR to reunite. No one knows where or when it will happen but when it does, the world will tremble. Or just won't notice - like a silent and non-smelly fart.
OMG, you're a SNAR?! Please forgive me, I shall let you fuck my girlfriend. I would be honored.

OMG, you're a SNAR?! Please forgive, you can pass the line as you wish. Have a nice evening sir.

OMG, you're a SNAR?! Please forgive me, but I can't compete with you in any way. You are far too superior.

OMG, you're SNAR?! Please forgive me, don't burn my old mercedes with tinted windows. I shall burn it myself and get a car.
by Phibbe of SNAR March 13, 2012
 
4.
snar is multipurpose. it is used as an insult or to describe something particularly obnoxious. it can also be used a a negative explanation to describe the suckyness of a situation
oh snar! that's snary-like. why are you being such a snar? oh snar it all!
by queen alice March 28, 2005
 
5.
The cult of snar, gods of all aegness. There so real defination of what snar is, but they basiclly owns the world.

#snar @ irc.quakenet.org
by High Eldars of SnaR February 19, 2003