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Main Entry: 1snarl
Pronunciation: primarystresssnär(-schwa)l
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English snarle "snare, noose," probably from snarlen "to trap, entangle"
1 : a tangle especially of hairs or thread : KNOT
2 : a tangled situation <a traffic snarl>

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