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How to Pronounce snare?

Correct pronunciation for the word "snare" is [snˈe͡ə], [snˈe‍ə], [s_n_ˈeə].

What are the misspellings for snare?

"Snare" in context

A snare is a type of percussion instrument consisting of a vertical frame holding a single vertical strand of taut wire. The snare is usually held between the legs of a drummer and attached to a drum kit. The snare is played by striking the wire with sticks, mallets or brushes. When the wire is vibrated, it produces a sharp, "crackling" sound. This sound resonates through the frame and gives snare drums their distinct sound. Snare drums are generally used in many different styles of music, such as rock, jazz, pop, hip-hop and funk, as well as classical music.

What are similar-sounding words for snare?

Usage over time for snare:

This graph shows how "snare" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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