Definition of snobbish
: being, characteristic of, or befitting a snob a snobbish attitude
Examples of snobbish in a Sentence
he gave us one snobbish glance and then disregarded us
Recent Examples of snobbish from the Web
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The Brits had snobbish ideas about Eastern Europeans.
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Surely not simply by picking and choosing one side or the other of these various binaries – aristocrat or democrat, unqualified lover of freedom or unrepentant slaveholder, true wine lover or snobbish dilettante.
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First Known Use of snobbish
SNOBBISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snobbish for English Language Learners
: having or showing the attitude of people who think they are better than other people : of or relating to people who are snobs
SNOBBISH Defined for Kids
Definition of snobbish for Students
: being or characteristic of a snob a snobbish attitude
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