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snacky

Syllabification: snack·y
Pronunciation: /ˈsnakē
 
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Definition of snacky in English:

adjective (snackier, snackiest)

informal
1Denoting or relating to food suitable for eating between meals or as a light, casual meal: after weeks of snacky tapas I’d decided that a proper sit-down meal was in order
More example sentences
  • These are bars that serve the most irresistible little snacky plates with perfectly chilled Japanese draught beer or sake.
  • I would love to see something more "snacky" on the appetizers menu - to go with drinks whilst sitting at the bar.
  • He loves cheerios and puffs and before you lecture me on giving him too many "snacky" foods, they're all organic and mostly vegetable based.
1.1Slightly hungry: I still felt snacky so I had some crackers and hummus
More example sentences
  • When I felt snacky later in the evening I reached for a banana.
  • Felt snacky last night so I bought 97% fat free cookies-and-cream ice cream.
  • If you're feeling a little snacky this fall, University of Florida agronomy students can help.

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