6. A curt or sharp speech or manner of speaking; an angry dispute.
1648 HEXHAM II, Een Snap, a Snap, or a Taunt. 1745 MRS. DELANY Life & Corr. (1861) II. 395 The least disapprobation, or snap, from the person I wish to oblige. 1760-2 GOLDSM. Cit. W. lxxiv, The moment I ventured to speak I was at once contradicted with a snap. 1859 Habits of Gd. Society vii. 245 ‘Beg your pardon,’ answered Tibbs, with a sharp snap, which makes the words sound like ‘Don't be a fool!’ 1897 W. BEATTY Secretar 254 It was while I was watching this game..that we had a bit snap with one another.