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- adj. Characteristic of a snob.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Snobbish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or relating to a snob; partaking of the character of a snob; snobbish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. befitting or characteristic of those who incline to social exclusiveness and who rebuff the advances of people considered inferior
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Its a French word snobby people use that means fake or knockoff.
Other leading names in the star-studded cast include Celia Imrie who plays Doris Speed - better known as snobby Rover's Return landlady Annie Walker.
Williams can be as quiet, shy and awkward as any Valley wunderkind, but somehow he's never called snobby or aloof.
I've been told that people at the UPenn can be classified as snobby ...?
This is going to sound really judgmental and snobby, which is probably because I'm a total asshole, but the clientele at this Walmart is particularly depressing.
It is not because we are being "snobby", it is because in practice we find students who have these subjects perform less well than students who have the more traditional subjects.
It's not this kind of snobby cultural elite that's deciding what's relevant and not relevant because the generation of young people doesn't even care about that.
For most of Taylor's life, the legal system - with its "snobby" lawyers and "crooked" cops - has been a scary force with the ability to ruin your day or wreck your future.
A Massachusetts teacher was forced to resign last month after parents spotted her descriptions of students as "germ bags" and parents as "snobby" and "arrogant".
So snobby which is worse, a critical mass of idiots riding really slow down the street or a critical mass of idiots riding faster then they can handle down the street in a cat 4/5 race?