gnar


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gnar

also gnarr  (när)
intr.v. gnarred, gnar·ring, gnars also gnarrs
To snarl; growl.

[Imitative.]

gnar

or gnarr

(nɑr)

v.i. gnarred, gnar•ring.
to snarl; growl.
[1490–1500; imitative; compare Old English gnyrran, Middle Dutch gnerren, gnorren, German knarren, knirren]

gnar


Past participle: gnarred
Gerund: gnarring

Imperative
gnar
gnar
Present
I gnar
you gnar
he/she/it gnars
we gnar
you gnar
they gnar
Preterite
I gnarred
you gnarred
he/she/it gnarred
we gnarred
you gnarred
they gnarred
Present Continuous
I am gnarring
you are gnarring
he/she/it is gnarring
we are gnarring
you are gnarring
they are gnarring
Present Perfect
I have gnarred
you have gnarred
he/she/it has gnarred
we have gnarred
you have gnarred
they have gnarred
Past Continuous
I was gnarring
you were gnarring
he/she/it was gnarring
we were gnarring
you were gnarring
they were gnarring
Past Perfect
I had gnarred
you had gnarred
he/she/it had gnarred
we had gnarred
you had gnarred
they had gnarred
Future
I will gnar
you will gnar
he/she/it will gnar
we will gnar
you will gnar
they will gnar
Future Perfect
I will have gnarred
you will have gnarred
he/she/it will have gnarred
we will have gnarred
you will have gnarred
they will have gnarred
Future Continuous
I will be gnarring
you will be gnarring
he/she/it will be gnarring
we will be gnarring
you will be gnarring
they will be gnarring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gnarring
you have been gnarring
he/she/it has been gnarring
we have been gnarring
you have been gnarring
they have been gnarring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gnarring
you will have been gnarring
he/she/it will have been gnarring
we will have been gnarring
you will have been gnarring
they will have been gnarring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gnarring
you had been gnarring
he/she/it had been gnarring
we had been gnarring
you had been gnarring
they had been gnarring
Conditional
I would gnar
you would gnar
he/she/it would gnar
we would gnar
you would gnar
they would gnar
Past Conditional
I would have gnarred
you would have gnarred
he/she/it would have gnarred
we would have gnarred
you would have gnarred
they would have gnarred
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Or how that night with Gnar, she swore those woods became a milky brown--swirling like chocolate in the wind--and the blinking porch lights and street lamps glowing orange against the houses seemed to bend toward it, slowly, as if longing to be consumed by the darkness.
ed), Econometric and Economic Theory in the 20th Century:The Ra gnar Frisch Centennial Symposium, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
El grupo GNAR mostro tendencia a disminuir con respecto al control sin mostrar diferencia estadistica.
Strap it to your head and give the audience a chance to see POV footage of you "ripping up the gnar.