English words and Examples of Usage

use "snap" in a sentence

Drivers speed up from behind to snap pictures and get closer looks.

I looked up to see the coverage and the snap caught me by surprise.

Suddenly they feel tired all the time and just can't snap out of it.

At checkout, you'll be asked to hold up your phone and snap a photo.

In the 2007 Census survey, 9 million children received SNAP assistance.

That's the first question you ask after you snap back to reality.

Quarterback Luke Falk took the snap, scanned the field and threw the ball.

Easiest Diets to Follow Diets ranked on whether they're a snap to stick to.

Time to snap back to attention and toe the line with a snazzy little thong.

Surely those rates would snap back to their pre-2008 levels, if not higher.

Make sure you get there early to snap up the best - and most stylish - buys.

Blake Anderson of "Workaholics" agreed to snap a photo with anyone who asked.

And when I needed to take a selfie, I would just ask someone to snap a photo.

So he does a good job of putting the previous snap behind him and moving on."

This was the same amount that prevented her from qualifying for SNAP benefits.

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