Snake in the Grass is a 2002 play by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn. The play
is about a middle-aged older sister who returns to the family home where her ...
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A shady, conniving person who could strike at anytime without warning. Similar to
a gorilla in the mist.
Snake in the grass definition, a treacherous person, especially one who feigns
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A treacherous person, as in Ben secretly applied for the same job as his best
friend; no one knew he was such a snake in the grass . This metaphor for
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snake in the grass (plural snakes in the grass). (idiomatic) A treacherous person
. [quotations ▽]. 1906, Horatio Alger, Randy of the River, ch. 6: "I trusted him too ...
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