Examples of snooty in a Sentence
the actress plays a genteel yet faintly snooty older woman
Recent Examples of snooty from the Web
Her sitcom lampoons snooty New Yorkers whose parenting skills are not enhanced by their wealth.
Centering on three irreverent nuns played by Aubrey Plaza (witchy and bitchy), Alison Brie (frustrated and snooty) and Kate Micucci (bi-curious and babyish), the goofy plot never finds its groove.
Horror? Pitiless tsk-tsking from snooty British scolds?
Others apparently suffer from the current Fear of Formality, believing that anything short of chumminess is snooty — even in obviously formal situations.
Rather than dealing with the snooty moms who hounded them in the original, including Christina Applegate, this time the moms are fighting back against holiday stress and the expectation of making the season perfect for their families.
There is an entertaining scene between the artist wearing her traditional Mexican Tehuana dress and snooty patrons at a New York party with the Rockefellers and Fords.
Though some snooty critics have long dismissed the artist, Jean-Léon Gérôme, and his exquisite, intensely erotic late 19th-century canvas, the sale set a record price for the painter.
After her car breaks down, Beatriz is invited to sit with the guests, many of whom are snooty social climbers.
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First Known Use of snooty
SNOOTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of snooty for English Language Learners
: having or showing the insulting attitude of people who think that they are better, smarter, or more important than other people
SNOOTY Defined for Kids
Definition of snooty for Students
: rude and arrogant especially to people from a lower class
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