- n a small piece of anything (especially a piece that has been snipped off)
- Several of the works have appeared elsewhere, such as the excerpt of Chester Brown's "Louis Riel," the 2003 biography of a 19th century rabble rouser, or the snippet of Charles .
- I have to think there is far more you could do with a Beck opening monologue than this snippet.
- A mere snippet of song from the past can trigger memories as vivid as anything Proust experienced from the aroma of his petite madeleine.
- John Thompson III in SI.com
You get to see just a snippet of our team,Thompson said Tuesday. "You see us on the court 36 times, naturally you make judgments about the team and who the leaders are and who the leaders aren't. But that's just 36 days out of the year....
- Chris Martin in NEWS.com.au
It's funny, even when you play the smallest snippet of that, the whole place just goes with it, straight away,Martin added.
- Barack Obama in FOXNews
But, Obama said, "it is also true that to run a snippet of 30-second sound bites, selecting out of a 30-year career, simplified and caricatured him, and caricatured the church. And I think that was done in a fairly deliberate way."