- 1[intransitive] snarl (at somebody/something) (of dogs, etc.) to show the teeth and make a deep angry noise in the throat The dog snarled at us.
- 2[transitive] to speak in an angry or bad-tempered way + speech (at somebody) “Get out of here!” he snarled. snarl something (at somebody) She snarled abuse at anyone who happened to walk past. Phrasal Verbssnarl up
NAmE//snɑrl//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they snarl
he / she / it snarls
past simple snarled
-ing form snarling