(US, dialect) A beer chaser commonly served in three-ounce servings in highball or juice glasses with a Bloody Mary cocktail in the upper midwest states of United States including Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, and Illinois.
The bartender served us each a snit with our Bloody Marys this morning.
A fit of anger, pique, etc.
A state of agitation or irritation.
A U.S. unit of volume for liquor equal to 2 jiggers, 3 U.S. fluid ounces, or 88.7 milliliters.
Origin of snit
- Origin unknown
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition