Definition of snappily in English:

snappily

adverb

informal
  • See snappy

    • ‘When Fay knocked on my door and asked if I was coming to dinner, I replied snappily and told her to go away.’
    • ‘Interestingly Schlosser's latest work, the snappily titled Chew On This, appears to be a largely regurgitated version of his previous best-selling adult exposé of the burger world, Fast Food Nation.’
    • ‘In this opera, I do think that Gergiev could have moved matters along more snappily.’
    • ‘He is a set-piece specialist who dresses snappily - he even owns a clothes shop in Gothenberg - and is married to a model.’
    • ‘By the mid-nineteenth century, The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, more snappily known as Shakers, has an estimated 6,000 members in 19 different communities.’

Pronunciation

snappily

/ˈsnapɪli/