Definition of 'snappishly'
Example sentences containing 'snappishly'
She snappishly asked him why the associate couldn't come to their house.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
His brown hair was tightly curled, his dark eyes snappishly alive in a face that was crudely hewn yet oddly attractive.NOBLE BEGINNNINGS FOOLS GOLD
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