snapback

[snap-bak]

Origin of snapback

1885–90, Americanism; noun use of verb phrase snap back
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Historical Examples of snapback

  • Following the tension there was a snapback; a feeling of languor and disappointment possessed us.


British Dictionary definitions for snapback

snapback

noun
  1. a sudden rebound or change in direction
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