snarf /snärf/

–verb (used with object), -ed
1. To Steal. Specifically, to steal in such a way as to make the theft unlikely to be noticed; esp.

–noun
1. the act or practice of snarfling.



snarfled -v
"I awoke to see that someone had masterfully snarfled all the Cereal in the house."

snarfling -v
"When I turned the corner to see what was making all the rustling I saw phillip snarfling all of the cupcakes!".

snarf -n
"Andrew and I ran out of snacks. We both decided to proceed upon a great snarf in order to procure some confections from my mother's kitchen."

snarfler -n
"I had left all my cookies on the window sill to cool and when I returned I discovered a great snarfler had stolen every other chocolate chip so that no one would ever find out".
by sabricks April 23, 2009
the annoying sound the cup makes when the liquid is gone.
Cassie, stop snarfling, there's nothing left in that cup!
by S@M0wiTz December 29, 2009

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