Examples of snob in a Sentence
Most of the people in the club are snobs who look down on people who attended public schools.
Don't be such a snob.
Recent Examples of snob from the Web
The purpose of the class is not to create beer snobs.
One sure-fire way to help even the most hidebound of wine snobs see the light on this point is to pour a glass of this extraordinary wine from Alsace in northern France.
Those same definitely-not-wine-snob drinkers, especially, in the case of Sofia, women.
Designing her own collection for Joe’s Jeans, investing in customized athleisure, and going the extra mile to find one-of-a-kind pieces, her attention to detail has made her a street style favorite, but don’t mistake her for a fashion snob.
On the stuffy side of the deck, Zane is aptly snide as Rose's cowardly fiance, while Frances Fisher is perfect as a social snob, both shrill and frightened.
Perhaps its spread has been hampered by the ignorant snobbery of the chili purists, who are in their own way as dogmatic and intolerant as martini snobs.
Obviously the former is a cheese that deserves scorn from cheese snobs such as the Percivals (and myself).
Baranski does another frosty blond snob, and Sarandon is in Banger Sisters mode, smoking marijuana and talking about her days as a roadie.
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Origin and Etymology of snob
First Known Use: 1781See Words from the same year
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Definition of snob for English Language Learners
: someone who tends to criticize, reject, or ignore people who come from a lower social class, have less education, etc.
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