snarled 的 3 个定义
- to growl threateningly or viciously, especially with a raised upper lip to bare the teeth, as a dog.
- to speak in a surly or threatening manner suggestive of a dog's snarl.
- to say by snarling: to snarl a threat.
- the act of snarling.
- a snarling sound or utterance.
complicate, mess up
- With global supply lines in an epic snarl, it can take him five hours to enter a Chicago-area rail yard, locate a customer’s shipping container and mount it on a truck chassis before hauling it to its destination.
- As of Thursday evening, there were hundreds of ships carrying commodities and consumer goods lined up behind the snarl.
- In the next decade, societies will be forced to either confront this snarl of challenges, or be overwhelmed by them.
- Alastair Sim had jowls like melting candle wax, a snarl like a cornered cat and eyes cold with contempt.
- And conservatives in Nevada are looking for the kind of snarl that the smiling Sandoval may not be able to deliver.
- The delays would cause chaos and snarl traffic at checkpoints, frustrate orderly schedules, and make tempers short.
- Happy Huckabee seems to be gone, the smile replaced by a snarl.
- His voice would morph from a melodic baritone to a deep, guttural snarl, grinding notes to a pulp.
- “He hath told us already, Princess,” said the other, his harsh accents sounding more like the snarl of a wolf than a human voice.
- With a vicious snarl, the dog lifted his great body into the air and plunged toward the Comet.
- Now I don't want to snarl at the Cause—whatever it may be—but it isn't all beef-bones and country walks by any means.
- The snarl was caused by pain, and the snap following removed the dangerous weapon from unsafe hands.
- Her face had tied itself into a snarl of knots, from which the kindly eyes looked angrily.