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synonyms for snide

  • disparaging
  • sarcastic
  • sneering
  • unkind
  • base
  • cynical
  • hurtful
  • insinuating
  • malicious
  • mean
  • scornful
  • spiteful
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antonyms for snide

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  • kind
  • nice
  • gentle
  • lovable
  • loving
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How to use snide in a sentence

Raiders Coach Jon Gruden didn’t particularly want to discuss the topic, suggesting the maneuver might have been aimed at “a smart-aleck bus driver in Kansas City who made some snide comments when we got on the bus” and calling the issue “ridiculous.”
NO VICTORY LAP THIS TIME FOR RAIDERS AS PATRICK MAHOMES WINS IT LATE FOR CHIEFSMARK MASKENOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
I guess I ain't told you much you don't know about your snide business.
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
You played a snide trick on me, anyway—lost your looks the second month and went dead like a punctured tire!
JUST AROUND THE CORNERFANNIE HURST
If I carn't keep upsides with the cackle of snide 'uns, dear Charlie, who can?
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 93, DECEMBER 17, 1887VARIOUS
I am going away because I haven't any money, and I'm not going to be a snide and stay on here as your guest.
THE RANCH GIRLS' POT OF GOLDMARGARET VANDERCOOK
There are snide detectives just as there are shyster lawyers, quack doctors and dead-beat newspaper men.
HANDS UP; OR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF DETECTIVE LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND ON THE PLAINSD. J. COOK
The snide officers had told the newspapers that a large number of men stopped them and took their prisoner from them.
HANDS UP; OR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF DETECTIVE LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND ON THE PLAINSD. J. COOK
Snide-pitcher and Snide-pitching are terms exchangeable with the preceding.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
Most on us is wasters; the game of the snide un's to be a Prize Plant.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 93, NOVEMBER 26, 1887 VARIOUS
The "snide" was led back to the station house and put in a cell.
THE TWIN VENTRILOQUISTSOLD SLEUTH
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