Etymology
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snappy (adj.)

"quick, energetic," 1825, from snap (v.) + -y (2). Meaning "clever, smart" is from 1871; that of "neat and stylishly elegant" is from 1881. Related: Snappily; snappiness. Command make it snappy attested from 1910.

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Definitions of snappy

snappy (adj.)
smart and fashionable;
snappy conversation
Synonyms: whipping
snappy (adj.)
pleasantly cold and invigorating;
snappy weather
Synonyms: crisp / frosty / nipping / nippy
snappy (adj.)
marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners;
snappy (adj.)
quick and energetic;
a snappy pace
Synonyms: alert / brisk / lively / merry / rattling / spanking / zippy
From wordnet.princeton.edu