Snappy

Antonyms of SNAPPY

Examples of usage:

  1. When Markworth, therefore, after the search had lasted a month, walked into the office one morning just after his interview with the Jew, Solomonson, and told Mr Trump, who had accosted him graciously, thinking he was a new client, that he came about the advertisement for the lost girl, Mr Trump was wroth and slightly snappy. "Caught in a Trap" by John C. Hutcheson
  2. He went when I was seventeen, I answered with dignity, wishing I dared be snappy at him; though I never am. "The Melting of Molly" by Maria Thompson Daviess
  3. Cold and clear and snappy as the day was, still there was something oppressive in the air that hung about the house of death. "The Paternoster Ruby" by Charles Edmonds Walk

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