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be in a snit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe in a snitbe in a snitAmerican English informalANNOY to be very annoyed about something, especially in a way that other people think is unreasonable She’s been in a snit ever since the party. snit
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be in a snitDominic was still in a snit the next morning.
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