To snuggle at an angle, usually less than 90 degrees from the surface on which the snugglers are positioned. This act is much less conducive to chastity than lying independently at an acute angle or snuggling while sitting perpendicular to the ground.
Megan and Ben often snangle in the common room. They must be engaged.
by elaszcz January 06, 2010
verb: to snipe and dangle, making an incredible fake move followed by a perfectly placed shot, most commonly in the sport of ice hockey
When Alexander Ovechkin scored what became known as "the goal" while sliding on his back, he had snangled the entire Pheonix Coyotes hockey team
by MilfordSteve March 27, 2007
a cross between the words snarl and tangle in one's hair
I have a snangle in my hair and I can't get it out with my brush.
by Lynda Demirjian January 27, 2006