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snit

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/ snɪt /
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noun
an agitated or irritated state.
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Origin of snit

First recorded in 1935–40; origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for snit

snit
/ (snɪt) /

noun
US and Australian a fit of temper

Word Origin for snit

C20: of unknown origin
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Other Idioms and Phrases with snit

snit

see in a snit.

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