Definition of Snappiness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being snappy. ¹



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Definition of Snappiness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snappiness

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

Literary usage of Snappiness

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1. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1910)
"On the stump, in a hot campaign, it is not the elegance of an anecdote that tells so much as its pointedness, snappiness, above all, its applicability. ..."

2. Modern Eloquence by Thomas Brackett Reed, Rossiter Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Albert Ellery Bergh (1900)
"On the stump, in a hot campaign, it is not the elegance of an anecdote that tells so much as its pointedness, snappiness, above all, its applicability. ..."

3. The Reptile Book: A Comprehensive, Popularised Work on the Structure and by Raymond Lee Ditmars (1907)
"When feeding, this snake displays a ferocity and snappiness of motion quite contrary to its generally sluggish disposition. If the prey be a snake, ..."

4. Pictorial Composition and the Critical Judgment of Pictures: A Handbook for by Henry Rankin Poore (1903)
"... intensifies the light, not only by contrast of measure, but in showing the high key of the light measures. Accents of dark produce such snappiness ..."

5. Pictorial Composition and the Critical Judgment of Pictures: A Handbook for by Henry Rankin Poore (1903)
"Accents of dark produce such snappiness as is commended by the publisher who esteems the brilliancy which a rapid interchange of lights and ..."

6. The English Illustrated Magazine (1888)
"... tendency to snappiness. But she was prevailed on soon to " pick a bit," and beginning to revive after a little desultory conversation about her most ..."

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