What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
Irritable; touchy: She's just in a snarky mood, that's all/ a snarky, no-illusions, but far-from-hopeless comedy
[1906+; fr British dialect snark, ''to find fault, complain,'' fr the basic sense ''snort, snore''; of echoic origin, with cognates in many Germanic languages]