Snatched Slang: Meaning, Origin, Sentence Examples

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(Adjective) The term “snatched” is used to describe a person looks hot or sexy in a dress or an outfit he or she is wearing at the moment. 


Snatched is Gen Z slang that came from the black drag culture. When performers dress up and look exceptionally hot, the audience could “snatch their weaves off,” just like “knocking their socks off.”

Demographic (Who Uses This Word)

The word “snatched” is used by everyone on social media. It is used to hype up or compliment a person, especially influencers and content creators that post pictures and videos online.

Snatched Used in a Sentence

  • Example 1: You’re looking snatched, girl! Those jeans look good on you.
  • Example 2: Do I look snatched in this dress?


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