Snake and Weasel


Snake noun - A limbless reptile with a long body.
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Synonyms for Snake

Weasel and snake are semantically related in two-timer topic. In some cases you can use "Weasel" instead a noun "Snake". informal substitute

Nearby Words: snaking, snaky


Weasel noun - Small carnivorous mammal with short legs and elongated body and neck.
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Synonyms for Weasel

Snake and weasel are semantically related in swine topic. You can use "Snake" instead a noun "Weasel". informal substitute

How words are described

pet pet snake pet weasel
good good snake good weasel
total total snake total weasel
friendly friendly snake friendly weasel
Other adjectives: dead, cowardly, small, actual, real, arrogant, monstrous, evil, little, pathetic, harmless, animated, literal, pink, giant, resident, one-eyed.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow Animorphism: Shamir spies on Alexander while disguised as a snake, a crow, and a weasel.
  • Obviously Evil A dark-cloaked rat-weasel creature with dead black eyes, dark fur, and snake-like movement: Check.
  • Film / Shattered Glass Smug Snake: Glass initially comes off as a humble, self-effacing person, but the longer he keeps it up the more we begin to see what a slimy, phony weasel he actually is.
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