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1. (Building) a small squared stone used in a rubble wall to fill spaces between stones of different height
2. dialect chiefly Scot and Northern English the latch or catch of a door or gate
dialect chiefly Scot and Northern English to fasten (a latch)
[C15 snekk, of uncertain origin]
Past participle: snecked
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Roddy took the uneaten part home but I've still got a photograph of my unusual catch, which was snecked
by rod and line from the ice 15 yards out into the river and hauled to the bank.
The building is comprised of a pair of two storey school blocks in stone cleaned snecked
ashlar with slate roof and bracketed eaves.
Beijing had barely snecked
the Olympic flame and it was all about London 2012.