(noun) : to give up an unhealthy snack in favor of a healthy one
In order to stick to her diet, Paula made a huge snackrifice by passing on the chips and instead decided to nosh on the carrots and celery sticks.
by you1234 July 14, 2009
A kind gesture, whereby, an individual saves the last delicious treat or food parcel for his/her significant other or friend.
Ellen snackrificed the last apple turnover, because she knew it was her husband's favorite.
by Benny123 December 16, 2009
The food you bring to your friends house and/or dorm and you leave in exchange for the free booze you will receive at the house and/or dorm room.
Yes, Darren brought over two bags of cooler ranch doritos as a snackrifice. Bring out the shot glasses and jager, we are going to party.
by Rob Viv December 07, 2007
The willing trade of a food or beverage item in return for a future favor or service.
Zach didn't want to mow the lawn, but Jamey made him a snackrifice of hot wings for doing it.
by SharkBass028 October 18, 2013
When your stomach demands a snack even though you already just ate.
My stomach demands a snackrifice, but I just ate
by Commandman7 May 28, 2014
Giving away a coveted much-awaited treat to a superior out of ogligatory feeling.
I'd been staring at my brownie all morning waiting for break time, but had to snackrifice it to the boss.
by frehd March 22, 2009
To avoid grazing between meals.
"I really wanted popcorn at the movie, but I have to snackrifice to reach my goal weight."
by Jenn M. October 29, 2006