Word:

snarf

Verb1.snarf - make off with belongings of others
snarf - /snarf/ 1. To grab, especially to grab a large document or file for the purpose of using it with or without the author's permission.

See also BLT.

2. (Unix) To fetch a file or set of files across a network.

See also blast.

3. To acquire, with little concern for legal forms or politesse (but not quite by stealing). "They were giving away samples, so I snarfed a bunch of them."

4. Synonym for slurp. "This program starts by snarfing the entire database into core."

5. (GEnie) To spray food or programming fluids due to laughing at the wrong moment. This sense appears to be widespread among mundane teenagers - ESR.

6. This term was mainstream in the late 1960s, meaning "to eat piggishly". It may still have this connotation in context.

7. A creature on the Thundercats, fond of eating, usually covertly.
abstract, cabbage, filch, hook, lift, nobble, pilfer, pinch, purloin, sneak, steal, swipe
Browse
snapping beetle
snapping shrimp
snapping turtle
Snappish
snappishly
snappishness
Snappy
Snappy Video Snapshot
Snapsack
Snapshot
snapshot program
Snapweed
Snar
Snare
snare drum
Snarer
-- snarf --
snarf & barf
snarf down
snark
Snarl
snarl up
snarl-up
snarled
Snarler
Snarling
Snarling iron
snarly
Snary
Snast
Snatch
Snatch block
snatch up
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