be in a snit

be in a snit

To be angry, agitated, or irritated. John is always in a snit with his girlfriend over the silliest things. Don't be in a snit with me, I was trying to be helpful!
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be in a ˈsnit

(American English) be bad-tempered and refuse to speak to anybody for a time because you are angry about something: She was in quite a snit. Hope it wasn’t something I said.What are you in such a snit about?
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