Snaffle



noun
1.
Also called snaffle bit. a bit, usually jointed in the middle and without a curb, with a large ring at each end to which a rein and cheek strap are attached.
verb (used with object), snaffled, snaffling.
2.
to put a snaffle on (a horse).
3.
to control with or as with a snaffle.
verb (used with object), snaffled, snaffling. British Informal.
1.
to appropriate for one’s own use, especially by devious means; purloin; filch.
noun
1.
Also called snaffle bit. a simple jointed bit for a horse
verb (transitive)
2.
(Brit, informal) to steal or take for oneself
3.
to equip or control with a snaffle
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