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Snapper vs. Squire

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Snappernoun

One who, or that which, snaps.

‘a snapper-up of bargains’; ‘the snapper of a whip’;

Squirenoun

A shield-bearer or armor-bearer who attended a knight.

Snappernoun

Any of approximately 100 different species of fish.

Squirenoun

A title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman. See esquire.

Snappernoun

The fish Chrysophrys auratus, especially an adult of the species.

Squirenoun

A male attendant on a great personage.

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Snappernoun

(US) Any of the family Lutjanidae of percoid fishes, especially the red snapper.

Squirenoun

A devoted attendant or follower of a lady; a beau.

Snappernoun

A (human) baby.

Squirenoun

A title of office and courtesy. See under esquire.

Snappernoun

(American football) The player who snaps the ball to start the play.

Squirenoun

Term of address to an equal.

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Snappernoun

(US) Small, paper-wrapped item containing a minute quantity of explosive composition coated on small bits of sand, which explodes noisily when thrown onto a hard surface.

Squirenoun

(obsolete) A ruler; a carpenter's square; a measure.

Snappernoun

(slang) One who takes snaps; a photographer.

Squireverb

To attend as a squire.

Snappernoun

The snapping turtle.

Squireverb

To attend as a beau, or gallant, for aid and protection.

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Snappernoun

The green woodpecker, or yaffle (Picus viridis).

Squirenoun

A square; a measure; a rule.

Snappernoun

A snap beetle (family Elateridae).

Squirenoun

A shield-bearer or armor-bearer who attended a knight.

Snappernoun

(historical) A telegraphic device with a flexible metal tongue for producing clicks like those of the sounder.

Squirenoun

A title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman. See Esquire.

Snappernoun

A string bean.

Squirenoun

A male attendant on a great personage; also (Colloq.), a devoted attendant or follower of a lady; a beau.

Snappernoun

(slang) The vulva.

Squirenoun

A title of office and courtesy. See under Esquire.

Snappernoun

One who, or that which, snaps; as, a snapper up of trifles; the snapper of a whip.

Squireverb

To attend as a squire.

Snappernoun

Any one of several species of large sparoid food fishes of the genus Lutjanus, abundant on the southern coasts of the United States and on both coasts of tropical America.

Squireverb

To attend as a beau, or gallant, for aid and protection; as, to squire a lady.

Snappernoun

A snapping turtle; as, the alligator snapper.

Squirenoun

young nobleman attendant on a knight

Snappernoun

The green woodpecker, or yaffle.

Squirenoun

an English country landowner

Snappernoun

A snap beetle.

Squirenoun

a man who attends or escorts a woman

Snappernoun

A device with a flexible metal tongue for producing clicks like those of the sounder.

Squireverb

attend upon as a squire; serve as a squire

Snappernoun

A string bean.

Squirenoun

a man of high social standing who owns and lives on an estate in a rural area, especially the chief landowner in such an area

‘the squire of Radbourne Hall’; ‘Squire Trelawny’;

Snappernoun

(football) the person who plays center on the line of scrimmage and snaps the ball to the quarterback;

‘the center fumbled the handoff’;

Squirenoun

used by a man as a friendly or humorous form of address to another man

‘sorry, squire, but I know my limitations’;

Snappernoun

flesh of any of various important food fishes of warm seas

Squirenoun

a title given to a magistrate, lawyer, or judge in some rural districts.

Snappernoun

a party favor consisting of a paper roll (usually containing candy or a small favor) that pops when pulled at both ends

Squirenoun

a young nobleman acting as an attendant to a knight before becoming a knight himself.

Snappernoun

Australian food fish having a pinkish body with blue spots

Squirenoun

a subadult snapper fish (Chrysophrys auratus ).

Snappernoun

any of several large sharp-toothed marine food and sport fishes of the family Lutjanidae of mainly tropical coastal waters

Squireverb

(of a man) accompany or escort (a woman)

‘she was squired around Rome by a reporter’;

Snappernoun

large-headed turtle with powerful hooked jaws found in or near water; prone to bite

Squireverb

(of a man) have a romantic relationship with (a woman)

‘he was still squiring Doreen, his high-school sweetheart’;

Squire

Starting in the Middle Ages, a squire was the shield- or armour-bearer of a knight.Use of the term evolved over time. Initially, a squire was a knight's apprentice.

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