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Definition of snacky


  • annoying; rude.
    That is one snacky-ass bitch.
    Some girls are snacky with guys.

    Last edited on Aug 17 2011. Submitted by Kathy A. from Dallas, TX, USA on Jan 09 2002.

  • snippy, irritable, Maybe from southern Ohio? I learned this one from my Mom.
    The child got snacky with me when I asked him to take out the trash.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2003. Submitted by Holly C. on Feb 22 2003.

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