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How to use snappy in a sentence
A sloping one suggests light weight and snappy acceleration.
Navigation and apps in watchOS have always felt snappy, and that hasn’t changed.Apple Watch Series 6 review: Still the best smartwatch for iPhone users | Billy Cadden | June 15, 2021 | Popular-Science
Expect snappy dialogue and simmering tension that will inevitably turn romantic.
Premiering last August with a snappy theme song urging kids to “stay curious and keep exploring,” the show garnered praise from parents.
The game’s combat system of setting up “primers” and “detonators” felt snappy, similar to the one-two combination punches of the “Mass Effect” cooperative system.
“I want Ebola to leave Liberia, so I can go to school,” came the snappy retort deciphered by locals.
Dad bought Mom a snappy convertible back about the time of the Nixon-Kennedy debates.
This is a Joss Whedon production, which means lots of snappy dialogue.‘Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Premiere Wows (and Puzzles) Us | Allen Barra, Margaret Barra | September 25, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But she was magnetic, and I think it was partly her actual voice—the snappy delivery, the distinctive sound.
Twain's sartorial splendor was topped off with a snappy violet bow tie.
"And make it snappy," added Mollie slangily, as she and Betty disappeared into the adjoining room.The Outdoor Girls in the Saddle | Laura Lee Hope
In his hand he carried a cane, which he swung with short, snappy strokes, as a man might who was out of temper.The Rival Campers Afloat | Ruel Perley Smith
Siebold 127 had never seen anything quite so snappy as that.Radio Boys Loyalty | Wayne Whipple
The hand went up, the man straightened and held a fairly snappy salute.Greylorn | John Keith Laumer
He wrestles with problems and cares all day, and when he sits down to read in the evening, he says: "Make it short and snappy."The Book of Life: Vol. I Mind and Body; Vol. II Love and Society | Upton Sinclair
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