Synonyms of snappy in English:

snappy


See definition of snappy

adjective

1‘he's in a snappy mood’

SYNONYMS

irritable, irascible, short-tempered, hot-tempered, quick-tempered, fiery, peevish, cross, crabbed, crabby, crotchety, cantankerous, impatient, grumpy, huffy, brusque, ill-tempered, bad-tempered, ill-natured, ill-humoured, touchy, volatile, testy, tetchy, snarling, waspish, prickly, crusty, peppery, bilious, liverish, dyspeptic, splenetic, choleric

snappish, chippy, grouchy, cranky, on a short fuse

British narky, ratty, eggy, like a bear with a sore head

North American peckish, soreheaded

NZ Australian snaky

dated miffy

ANTONYMS

good-natured, peaceable

2‘a snappy catchphrase’

SYNONYMS

concise, succinct, memorable, catchy, neat, clever, crisp, pithy, witty, incisive, brief, short, short and sweet, sharp, terse, curt, laconic, aphoristic, epigrammatic

ANTONYMS

long-winded

3‘a snappy dresser’

SYNONYMS

smart, well dressed, well turned out, besuited, fashionably dressed, fashionable, stylish, chic, modish, elegant, neat, spruce, trim, dapper, debonair

soigné

snazzy, natty, sharp, nifty, cool, with it

North American kicking, kicky, tony, fly, spiffy, sassy, stylin'

US on fleek

dated as if one had just stepped out of a bandbox

British dated swagger

archaic trig

ANTONYMS

slovenly


Phrases

    make it snappy

      ‘into bed with you, and make it snappy!’

      SYNONYMS

      hurry, hurry up, hurry it up, be quick, be quick about it, get a move on, come along, look lively, speed up, move faster

      informal

      get moving, get cracking, step on it, step on the gas, move it, buck up, shake a leg

      British informal

      get one's skates on

      British informal, dated

      stir one's stumps

      North American informal

      get a wiggle on

      NZ Australian informal

      rattle your dags

      South African informal

      put foot

      dated

      make haste

      ANTONYMS

      dilly-dally