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33.
To intercept a high-five offering not intended for you. After or during the act of sniping, the phrase "Sniped!" should be said by the sniper. Several variations are detailed below.

Full Snipe: Both sides of the high-five are sniped, one after the other, by the same hand.

Cross Snipe: Both sides of the high-five are sniped simultaneously by one sniper, left side by the right hand and right side by the left hand.

Push Snipe: Both sides of the high-five are sniped simultaneously by one sniper, left side by the left hand and right side by the right hand.

Double Snipe: A cross snipe followed by a push snipe or a push snipe followed by a cross snipe.

Defense Snipe: A participant of the high-five snipes an approaching snipe with his idle hand.

Trick Snipe: A snipe performed by a participant of the high-five, by sniping the high-five partner with the left hand when the right hand is expected, or with the right hand when the left hand is expected.

Self Snipe: One participant of the high-five high-fives his own high-fiving hand with the idle hand, leaving the partner hanging.

Triple Snipe: Three participants in a circle, about to perform three simultaneous high-fives, all decide to snipe the high-five which they are not included in. If all participants choose to snipe with the same hand, the three pairs of participants will all high-five as planned.

Epic Snipe: A combination of three or more of the above-detailed snipes in quick succession.
An example Epic Snipe:

Person A and Person B lift their right hands in preparation for a high five. Person C goes for a Push Snipe, left hand to Person A and right hand to Person B. Before this snipe comes to fruition, Person A defense snipes Person B's left hand with his own left hand, and performs a quick full snipe on Person B and Person C's imminent high-five with his now idle right hand. Person B hangs his head in shame.
by miyomiyo July 18, 2010
 
22.
(v)To be in a crowded area, such as a school hallway, and to call out someone's name in a voice other than your own, only to hide when the unsuspecting person turns around, completely baffled. At this point, you yell "sniiipe!!"
The quintessential snipe:

Me: Conor Murphy!!(said in a high pitched, gay voice)
Conor: *Turns around with a dumbfounded look
Me: SNIIIIIPEEEE
by Hoshtevjati May 16, 2007
 
23.
Being an excellent shooter in the sport of basketball.
Number zero for the blue team is a real snipe!
by Trreennt January 10, 2013
 
24.
To use either the right or left arm to cover one's face from the nose down, lining up the tip of the nose with the crease in the elbow. One should look over his/her arm with eyes squinted to give the appearance of looking down the scope of a rifle, but the the eyes should have a clear line of sight of the person that is being sniped. The snipe can be use to nonchalantly get someone's attention.
"Let's snipe Stephanie in the weight room!"
by asc8s March 25, 2012
 
25.
To comment the word "snipe" on a facebook conversation between a girl and guy to show the obvious nature of it as flirting.
Facebook conversation:

Guy to Girl: Heyy whats up? :)

Girl to Guy: Nm hbu?

Random commenter: Snipe
by Noitazilivic December 30, 2010
 
26.
Verb

The act of commenting "snipe" on a facebook post between a girl and guy as to point out the obvious nature of their conversation as flirting.
Generic Facebook Conversation:

Girl to Guy: Hey whats up?

Guy to Girl: Nm u?

Stranger in comment box: Snipe
by coolbeans94 December 30, 2010
 
27.
An extremely small bowl that is finished in one shot. It is important to remember to verbally announce the term, "SNIIIIIPES", before you begin to hit your bowl.
"Mikey, you want to rip bowls? Sniiiiipes!!"
"That's not even a real bowl, that's a snipe"
"I fully just sniped that bowl"
"Succcch Snipes"
by TreyOneTrey February 08, 2010
 
28.
basically, awsome. a snipe can be a noun (person place or thing) and a verb. it cannot be a adverb (ex. snipley {prounounced snipe-lee.} thats a fail.) only ballers, bosses, and g's can use this term. others (who are non-snipes) cannot use this without becoming a poser.
antonyms: fail
Situation: You and your friend are at Dunkin Donuts. You got a 25 box of Munchkins and there is only one chocolate left. You grab it out of the box before your friend can. You are allowed to exclaim, "Snipe!"

Situation: You are at a basketball game and a player totally aces a three pointer. It is appropriate to say, "What a snipe!"
by meghanchristensen January 16, 2010