- s befitting or characteristic of those who incline to social exclusiveness and who rebuff the advances of people considered inferior
- She hates what she considers injustice, snobby people, most of the current Administration, and chances are she will never live in a Trump building.
- It was a transparently snobby law: only chain outlets were affected.
- I can get pretty snobby about what shows I watch, and I like to snobbily point out that I only watch the shows with good writing.
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- First Listen: Statik Selektah, 'Extended Play'
Mutual respect pervades Extended Play , an inviting, prideful album that's never snobby. Statik is something special — he makes functional, real-deal records that sound like the triumphant persistence of New York and the strains of nostalgia in a sunny day.
June 10, 2013 - NPR
- Barry Wallace in Contactmusic.com
Bassist Barry Wallace says, "She's a snobby f**king brat. It's Keith Allen's daughter so what can you expect. I've never properly met here but when we were going up to collect our Brit (Award), she shouted, 'You're a robbing s**t' to John (Lawler -...
- Pat Cash in Mirror.co.uk
Looking around the exclusive south-west London Hurlingham Club - where ironically the scheme was launched - Cash said: "Certainly, in this country, the image of tennis is elitist, upper class and snobby. I'm a big supporter of what the LTA is doing,...
- Katie Price in Times of India
Katie added: "I went to the Burghley Horse show the other week, which you could say is rather snobby, but they were really welcoming."