Examples of snobbery in a Sentence
the snobbery of some wine connoisseurs
Recent Examples of snobbery from the Web
The aspects of his temperament held up for mockery — the hyper-intellectualism, the snobbery, the irreducible Jewishness — doubled as weapons of seduction.
Allowing her to claim a place in the style ethos goes against the industry's inherent snobbery.
The answer may come down to a resilient compound, in élite culture, of Platonic idealism and run-of-the-mill snobbery.
Casey has an affable lack of artistic snobbery about his work.
The second defense holds that the questioning of Trump’s mental capacity is no more than liberal snobbery.
With both coffee snobbery and outdoorsiness on the rise, there’s a healthy market for a better cup of joe that can be brewed around campfires, on mountainsides or just in a pinch.
The refusal to go there reeks of snobbery — the same kind of attitude that irks Boise State when dealing with Pac-12 schools, many of whom have little interest in playing games in Boise.
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.
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Definition of snobbery for English Language Learners
: the behavior or attitude of people who think they are better than other people : the behavior or attitude of snobs
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