Examples of snobbery in a Sentence
the snobbery of some wine connoisseurs
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Despite the decades-long attempts on the right to paint the N.E.A. as rarefied snobbery welching off the state, forty per cent of N.E.A. activity happens in high-poverty areas.
For too long, brandy has been associated—somewhat unfairly—with either nose-in-the-air snobbery, or fusty grandpas.
Despite the snobbery and savagery typical of any all-boys school, Matthias forms a close friendship with Fritz Davenport, an athlete from a posh D.C. family.
But the following books have made rethink my snobbery.
Some of this was pure snobbery, as the author Heil says.
Smith delivers an exquisitely deadpan performance that serves to heighten his detached snobbery.
There's a regulatory reason for their snobbery: The European Union prohibits the brand from calling itself 100 percent wine in Europe, where blue is not an approved color of wine.
Best Mysteries – is a one-woman argument against literary snobbery.
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