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Another word for snake

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Verb
  1. To move sinuously

    See also:

    move

  2. To move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

      1. To wind in concentric rings or spirals.
      2. To wind or gather (rope, a hose, etc.) into a circular or spiral form
      3. To wind into a shape resembling a coil.
      1. To move or cause to move in a spiral or winding course.
      2. To move in a spiral; twist
      1. To wind or twist (esp. hair) into ringlets or coils
      2. To move in a curve or spiral:
      3. To form into a coiled or spiral shape:
      1. To twine or twist together.
      2. To twine around or together:
      3. To twist or twine around something (one another).
      1. To move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction:
      2. To speak or write in sustained fashion on a number of loosely connected topics.
      3. To follow a winding and turning course:
      1. To rise or fall with steady acceleration.
      2. To cause to take a spiral form or course.
      3. To move in or form a spiral
      1. To wind, coil, or wrap around something:
      2. To twist and turn
      3. To twist, interlace, etc.
      1. To give spiral shape to by turning the ends in opposite directions
      2. To wind or coil (vines or rope, for example) about something.
      3. To impart a spiral or coiling shape to, as by turning the ends in opposite directions:
      1. To twist or interlace (straw, wicker, etc.) so as to form something
      2. To form (threads) into a fabric
      3. To twist or interlace (something) into, through, or among
      1. To afford a recovery of breath:
      2. To coil the spring of (a mechanism) by turning a stem or cord, for example:
      3. To blow (a wind instrument).
      1. To form a wreathlike shape around something
      2. To move with a twisting or coiling motion
      3. To coil, twist, or entwine, esp. so as to form into a wreath
  3. To move along in a crouching or prone position

      1. To be or feel as if swarming or covered with moving things:
      2. To move or go slowly or feebly
      3. To move slowly on the hands and knees or by dragging the body along the ground; creep:
      1. (Botany) To grow or spread along a surface, rooting at intervals or clinging by means of suckers or tendrils.
      2. To move with the body close to the ground, as on hands and knees.
      3. To move slowly, stealthily, timidly, or furtively
      1. To move quietly and smoothly; glide
      2. To move in this manner on a sled, the feet, etc. in contact with a smooth surface, esp. snow or ice
      3. (--- Baseball) To drop down from a running into a lying or diving position when approaching a base so as to avoid being tagged out.
      1. To insinuate (oneself) into a situation, conversation, etc.
      2. To elicit by artful or devious means. Usually used with out of :
      3. To move in a manner suggestive of a worm.
    See also:

    move

  4. To move silently and furtively

      1. To move or proceed very slowly:
      2. To move along with the body close to the ground, as on hands and knees, in the way that a baby does
      3. To move slowly, stealthily, timidly, or furtively
      1. To descend with little or no engine power, using airflow to control lift
      2. To cause to move or pass smoothly, silently, or imperceptibly:
      3. To flow or move smoothly and easily, as in skating
      1. To hang out or wait around a location, preferably without drawing attention to oneself.
      2. To stay hidden, ready to spring out, attack, etc.; lie in wait
      3. To move furtively
      1. To hunt for or catch mice
      2. To seek about or search for something busily and stealthily
      3. (Obs.) To tear or rend as a cat does a mouse
      1. To roam through stealthily, as in search of prey or plunder:
      2. To roam about furtively, as in search of prey or loot
      3. To rove furtively or with predatory intent:
      1. To shy away from a definite commitment or from decisive action
      2. To move with stealth or caution, like a cat
      3. To move stealthily or cautiously.
      1. (Chiefly Brit.) To avoid work or responsibility; shirk; malinger
      2. To conceal oneself; to hide
      3. To move or lurk about in a stealthy, craven, or sinister manner; slink
      1. (--- Baseball) To drop down from a running into a lying or diving position when approaching a base so as to avoid being tagged out.
      2. To move in this manner on a sled, the feet, etc. in contact with a smooth surface, esp. snow or ice
      3. To move quietly and smoothly; glide
      1. To give birth to prematurely:
      2. To move in a quiet furtive manner; sneak:
      3. To move in a quiet, furtive, or sneaking manner, as from fear, guilt, etc.; sneak
      1. To put on or remove a piece of clothing smoothly or quietly:
      2. To go, move, pass, etc. smoothly, quickly, or easily
      3. To release, loose, or unfasten:
      1. To go or move in a quiet, stealthy way.
      2. To move, give, take, or put in a quiet, stealthy manner:
      3. To move quietly and stealthily so as to avoid being seen or heard; go furtively
      1. (Baseball) To gain (a base) safely without the help of a hit, walk, or error, usually by running to it from another base while the pitch is being delivered
      2. To get, take, or give slyly, surreptitiously, or without permission
      3. To move, put, carry, or convey surreptitiously or stealthily (in, into, from, away, etc.)
      1. To work as a detective.
      2. To sneak or go about quietly, as a detective; act with stealth
      3. To move about stealthily; sneak.
    See also:

    move

Another word for snake

Noun
      1. (Zoology) A snake.
      2. (Music) A deep-voiced wind instrument of serpentine shape, used principally from the 1600s to the 1800s, about 2.5 meters (8 feet) in length and made of brass or wood.
      3. (Person, proper, epithet) Satan, in the form he assumed to tempt Eve: Gen. 3:1-5
      1. Such persons collectively
      2. Animals that prey on farm animals or game or that destroy crops.
      3. Various insects, rodents, or other small animals regarded as pests because destructive, disease-carrying, etc., as flies, lice, rats, or weasels
    See also:

    rattlesnake