snarl

(redirected from snarly)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Wikipedia.

snarl

a knot in wood
References in periodicals archive ?
The 50-year-old 'Hell's Kitchen' host does not hold back on his criticisms and dishes out his patented snarly reviews.
However, striking a balance between smooth and unnerving, with his silky yet snarly tone, Aaron Lee James was a great fit for villain of the piece, Curtis.
Everything from her look to her snarly delivery of Pink classics like Raise Your Glass, So What, Blow Me One Last Kiss and new single Just Like Fire was en pointe.
Long commutes and snarly traffic can cause many employees to spend extra hours in the car.
From the G, if you rotate it 90 degrees, it turns into a smiley face, or the "Snarly," (4) as we call it.
But speech on the Internet can be mean and snarly, and it can also have grave consequences.
Some snarly souls, including the politicians who curse his name, will rejoice over the news, but Floridians who believe government should be open, ethical, and compassionate will miss his passionate voice.
James Morris was miscast as the Inquisitor (no sepulchral depth to his snarly tone), but Robert Pomakov added another finely sung role to his Met total as the ghostly Friar.
A state of flux is possibly the best way to describe my reaction when I first witnessed this group of whitejeaned, topless, inked-on, guitar thrashing, screaming, snarly young men on Top of the Pops in January 1992, at the very impressionable age of 11.
When Tito and Christine first met and she immediately tried to pick him up --she experienced his snarly "I don't do dat!" response.
George Clooney is Frank Walker, once a wide-eyed boy inventor bringing his home-made jet-pack to the 1964 World's Fair (the jet-pack doesn't technically work yet, says Frank, but "I'm optimistic"), now a snarly old cynic exiled from an enigmatic meta-dimension built by the world's greatest scientists (more on this later).