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Things snipe often describes (“snipe ________”)
shooting, hunt, hunting, shot, flies, ground, family, bog, nose, bid, grounds, marsh, eels, shooter, hunts, bogs, plover, marshes, eel, geese, hunters, fly, hunter, fish, shooters, duck, pliers, feather, breeds, abound, woodcock, season, species, ducks, rise, drumming, upland, plier, partridge, kind, shoot, quail, country, grouse, teal, meadows, nest, corvus, bidding, bids, birds, fashion, feeding, fight, bills, call, media, tribe, pie, attack, jheel, ghost, pies, bill, flutter, wing, rises, twist, talk, signs, springs, shootings, crane, fowl, pheasant, decoys, drums, bidder, coloration, flew, stops, mud, faces, legs, carriers, minima, trap, pigeon, genus, grass, boring, plovers, stomachs, eggs, dog, pigeons

How snipe often is described (“________ snipe”)
common, great, little, solitary, english, few, breasted, double, small, young, timorous, pond, full, american, true, poor, jack, single, dead, legged, occasional, painted, shot, wild, european, excellent, brown, pintail, tailed, male, headed, dark, fat, gutter, female, live, quail, bay, roast, lowspirited, yellow, five, semipalmated, winter, grass, three, australian, gigantic, seed, foot, seven, swift, odd, asiatic, golden, drowsy, spirited, migratory, east, gray, checkered, flying, rock, flat, roasted, lonely, sand, nine, insignificant, coloured

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See snipe used in context: 6 rhymes, 1 Shakespeare work, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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