Definition of Snappier

1. Adjective. (comparative of snappy) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Snappier

1. snappy [adj] - See also: snappy

Lexicographical Neighbors of Snappier

snapheads
snaping
snapless
snapline
snaplines
snaplock
snaplocks
snappable
snapped
snapped one's fingers
snapper
snappered
snapperhead
snapperheads
snappers
snappier (current term)
snappiest
snappily
snappiness
snappinesses
snapping
snapping-turtle
snapping beetle
snapping one's fingers
snapping reflex
snapping shrimp
snapping turtle
snappingly
snappings
snappish

Literary usage of Snappier

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The BookmanPopular culture (1903)
"... or TOASTED BREAD Wonderful IK>\v much cooler and clearer and snappier you'll feel, full of energy and go, while your meat-fed neighbor may be stupid, ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1897)
"Considering what so much of the work is, and the lighter, " snappier," touch-and- go character of modern journalism, is it likely that the invasion will ..."

3. Variabilität und Vererbung am Zentralnervensystem des Menschen und einiger by Hans Driesch, Hal George Evarts, Johann Paul Karplus (1921)
"Then Logo began to hear the reports once more, but with a sharper, snappier sound—the magazine guns of the whites. These became more frequent as ..."

4. Business Geography by Ellsworth Huntington, Robert Marshall Brown, Lenox E. Chase, Frank Ernest Williams (1922)
"Effect of Changes of Weather. football practice a little snappier this afternoon." The two reporters who wrote these words touched on something which we all ..."

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