Rat and Snake

Rat

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Rat noun – A person whose behavior is offensive to others.
Usage example: no one can understand what she finds appealing in a rat like him

Snake is a synonym for rat in beast topic. In some cases you can use "Snake" instead a noun "Rat". informal substitute
Synonyms for Rat

Snake

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Snake noun – A person whose behavior is offensive to others.
Usage example: why, that dirty, rotten snake!

Rat is a synonym for snake in two-timer topic. Sometimes you can use "Rat" instead a noun "Snake". informal substitute
Nearby Words: snaking, snaky
Synonyms for Snake

How words are described

pet pet rat pet snake
live live rat live snake
female female rat female snake
familiar familiar rat familiar snake
Other adjectives: long, dead, single, wild, poor, small, actual, real, large, enormous, huge, evil, blue, bad, black, harmless, brown, gigantic, literal, cornered, purple, mutant, one-eyed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Survivor Especially obvious in: Borneo, with Sue Hawk's famous jury speech calling Richard and Kelly a snake and a rat, respectively.
  • Then she saw a snake and a rat playing Noughts and Crosses together.
  • Dinner Deformation A snake that ate a rat wouldn't appear much different from a snake that ate a bird the same size as the rat.
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