To use knowledge gained from an urban legends website or other research to administer a firm rebuke to people who chronically forward junk to your inbox. This action may involve hitting the reply-all button (public snoping).
That lady over in accounts payable sent me another stupid email about Bill Gates giving me money to forward an email, so I snoped her in front of everyone.
de Amalia 21 septembre 2005
This word can be used as a verb to indicate checking the validity of a suspect story. It is derived from the online urban legend reference site: www.snopes.com.
That sounds fake. You should snopes it.

Also

She told me a story about a friend of a sorority sister who had a huge pimple that eventually exploded hundreds of baby spiders on her face, but I snopesed it, and that story is just an urban legend.
de Nacho 4 novembre 2004
Refers to a story that is an urban legend or total bullshit.

Based on www.snopes.com The google of urban legends.
"According to snopes Richard Gere and the Gerbil incident are totally false"
de Si 13 juillet 2004
Real, really, serious, seriously, legitimate, verifiable, factual, could be confirmed or verified by fact checking (on snopes or elsewhere).
I snopes grew up in the hood.

Ask my mom, if you don't believe me.

Now way! Are you for snopes right now?!
de Bizzlebeebox 16 septembre 2013
a combination of a snuggle and a grope, commonly occuring when watching a movie at home, although it can occur in public places, most snoping occurs in innocent enough circumstances. It is an easy way to liase from first to secod base
We snoped on the couch for over an hour while not watching Conan the barbarian
de jcrowley 1 février 2008
Slang meaning no....
Matt: Hey Chris did you do the math?
Chris: Snope
de Chris 17 novembre 2004
To tell somebody the equivalent of nope as in "no" but it is used at the beginning of a sentence. Originated by a great man named Morgan.
wanna hang out today?

"SNOPE i have to do my homework"
de Teddy Lukey 16 septembre 2007

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