Definition of snit
: a state of agitation in a snit
Examples of snit in a Sentence
don't bother him; he's still in a snit after this morning's reprimand
Recent Examples of snit from the Web
Throughout the test, drivers and passengers were frustrated by finicky electronic snits, most of which centered on functions managed through the 8.0-inch touchscreen in the center of the dashboard.
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Origin and Etymology of snit
First Known Use: 1939See Words from the same year
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