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snippy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnippysnip‧py /ˈsnɪpi/ adjective American English informal  ANGRYquick to show that you are angry or offended, or that you will not obey someone
Examples from the Corpus
snippyThe chairmen of the two companies exchanged snippy letters Tuesday, basically reiterating their positions.a snippy response
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