- a share or division of plunder. To “go SNACKS,” to divide equally. Also, a light repast.—_Old Cant_ and _Gipsy term_.
- to quiz or chaff with regard to a particular weakness or recent transaction. As a substantive in this sense SNACK means an innuendo.
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