Examples of snippet in a Sentence
snippets from the author's newest novel
read them a snippet of his latest poem
Recent Examples of snippet from the Web
In fact, when Bee revisited the immigration issue on Wednesday, her segment included snippets of coverage from The Washington Post, ABC, CNN, MSNBC, and Hugh Hewitt's conservative talk-radio show.
Its app allows users to purchase clothes, cosmetics and other consumer goods locally and from overseas and to share lifestyle snippets—from food to travel—through videos, photos and texts.
Bailey wasn’t the only former student sitting in the school’s multipurpose room on Friday lost in snippets of history.
Including a snippet of a rare Grandmaster Flash sequence as part of this background, Cuchna links Ocean’s form to its conceptual forebears.
Among the snippets from Black Pirate are bits from The Far Cry, The Fire Brigade and Dance Madness, all from 1926.
In another snippet, Gianopulos is in the movie Titanic and trying to save Rose from going overboard.
Leonetti has a few snippets of footage from her father's TV days, including an episode of Nightmare Theater.
The explosion of email, tweets and texting, with their patois and haiku-style snippets, has eroded what for centuries was a clear distinction between the written and the spoken.
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SNIPPET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snippet for English Language Learners
: a small piece of information or news
: a small part of something (such as a piece of music, a conversation, etc.)
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