- s (used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant
- The marriage is scheduled to take place on Sunday at the kind of snooty country-house hotel that is usually expert at making Britons of Goody's class feel out of place.
- He led the London Philharmonia Orchestra through his signature piece on the opening night of the prestigious, snooty Salzburg Festival, not far from one of the Alpine lakes where .
- Finally making explicit the class warfare between the sexy-snooty vampires and their vassals, Rise of the Lycans establishes Lucian as your basic pulp hero: lumpen nobleman, rabble .
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- Ranking the 10 Greatest Finals in French Open History
Wimbledon has the famous grass courts, the snooty British uppityness and the awful movie association . The U.S. Open has the glitz and glamor of Arthur Ashe Stadium and New York City. The Australian Open has...well...we're not really sure what it has, but it is part of tennis' Grand Slam. And the French Open has the bright red clay courts and the rich history at one of tennis' most hollowed ...
June 7, 2013 - Bleacher Report
- Andrew Keen in WRCB-TV
Andrew Keen says "people have accused me of being snooty. I am not suggesting that we censor people."
- Dominic Monaghan in Sify
We're nominated by actors, who are a very snooty, very discerning kind of race,said Dominic Monaghan, who plays Charlie on the series. "Ultimately this show is an ensemble show. It's acted by a group of 16 or 17 very talented actors, and...
- Jaime Pressly in 24 Hours Vancouver
In any event, a few weeks back My Name is Earl provided one of our favourite lines of the season, when Joy (Jaime Pressly) said she didn't like her kids spending too much time in two-storey houses, because "they'll get all snooty thinking about...