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adjective as in patronizing

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Whatever your position, there’s someone who thinks you’re being unserious and someone else who thinks you’re snobby.

When the show landed, some of the British press were quite snobby about it and they were like, “Oh, this is ridiculous,” which is fine.

It was like, he was the anti-Christ and we came from a snobby, purist direction.

A new study finds that customers are more likely to buy when dealing with snobby salespeople.

Sidestep snobby French cab drivers by hiring an iPad-toting chauffeur-driven car.

At first, bar patrons thought the 52-year-old—immaculately dressed, an athletic blonde with shoulder-length hair—was snobby.

He was a snobby Princeton senior who distrusted his own snobbery.

As the heir to a baronetcy 289 you would be worth ten times more than heir to an Esquireship—in snobby England.

Sarah Cooper is at the Branch with her snobby little husband and her extravagant toilettes; I'm not going to be patronized by her.

Your aristocracy is a base imitation of our snobby, revelling in the heartless hording of gold, and vaunting of bad English.'

We are an uncouth, snobby, and withal, shabby-looking set of varlets.

Not that any one meant to be rude, but they are so snobby that they cast a cloud over ones fun.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snobby, such as: arrogant, pretentious, snobbish, and stooping.

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