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synonyms for snobbish

  • aloof
  • condescending
  • haughty
  • patronizing
  • pompous
  • snooty
  • arrogant
  • egotistic
  • high-and-mighty
  • high-flown
  • high-hat
  • ostentatious
  • overbearing
  • persnickety
  • pretentious
  • putting on airs
  • remote
  • sniffy
  • snippy
  • snotty
  • supercilious
  • superior
  • swanky
  • tony
  • uppish
  • uppity
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antonyms for snobbish

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  • friendly
  • humble
  • accepting
  • benevolent
  • generous
  • sociable
  • welcoming
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How to use snobbish in a sentence

The self-professed number-one fan of Verzuz, Murray normally considers herself “snobbish” about shows.
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In short the Marquise d'Espard was one of the most snobbish people of her day.
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But she wasn't as nice as she looked; in her way she was as snobbish as is Chad.
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So snobbish are we Americans about our eating, that we make the best of our foods into bywords.
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This is in bad taste, and is what ill-natured people would term snobbish.
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She was clever and vulgar and snobbish, and never so intensely British as when she was particularly foreign.
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Craig's first impulse of snobbish satisfaction was immediately followed by misgivings.
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But you might do me the justice to believe that I am not going from merely snobbish motives.
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We are not snobbish, but we plead guilty to being the least bit set in our ways.
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She is fit to be a duchess, as far as appearance goes; but I was never snobbish.
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WORDS RELATED TO SNOBBISH

  • aloof
  • blue-blooded
  • courtly
  • dignified
  • elegant
  • elite
  • fine
  • haughty
  • noble
  • patrician
  • polished
  • refined
  • snobbish
  • stylish
  • upper-class
  • well-born
  • well-bred
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