Informal A state of agitation or irritation.(noun)
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Use "snit" in a sentence
"Candlesticks and snuffers were found in every house; the latter were called by various names, the word snit or snite being the most curious."
"What apparently has Walmart executives 'panties in a snit is the belief that if Obama becomes president it's more likely that its employees will unionize, which is something the notoriously stingy employer fears."
"Not surprisingly, the right-wing blogosphere had a field day mocking Frank for his "snit" while it was hard to find any commentary about the biased behavior of the CNBC crew."