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one who despises people or things regarded as inferior, especially because of social or intellectual pretension

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a person regarded as arrogant and annoying

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Theatrix, in Colmore Row, opened last Friday - and is run by the people behind Snobs. Owner Wayne Tracey said he set out to create a club that was a 'high-end Snobs'.
Owner Wayne Tracey said he deliberately set out to create a club that was a 'high end Snobs'.
My time at Snobs, which moved from its famed Paradise Circus base in 2014, came even before supergroups such as Duran Duran and Blur graced the venue.
I really am letting myself down and my snob facade is slipping.
When an organisation such as the BNP claims there must be restrictions on immigration, there is panic among the establishment snob class.
I'm also getting the impression it isn't only your family and friends who are snobs.
Football snobs were the ones who claimed Esteban Cambiasso's goal against Serbia & Montenegro was the best of last year's World Cup when anyone with fully functioning eyes could see the chest and volley from Maxi Rodriguez was the real goal of the tournament.
So for the next six months we are stuck with these oversized snobs splashing through the mud like baby hippos.
A SCOTS boxer has branded TV's Ladette To Lady tutors 'snobs' after she was kicked out for refusing to give up her yobbish behaviour.
And New Yorkers, cultural snobs though we may be, have learned to love them.
Bloomsday has become the world's de facto literary holiday, when devotees in Edwardian costume re-enact the book's salacious scenes, sing Irish music hall melodies, and tramp out for 18-hour pub crawls with a zeal more reminiscent of a Star Trek convention or a Renaissance Fair than a salon of academic snobs.
I'd like it to be writers, snobs or not, who practise their craft in ways that can be appreciated by an ever-increasing, culturally as well as literally aware, proportion of the population, should they deserve it.
He chides those who scoff at her small sacrifices (such as folding the mantles that the other sisters had forgotten) as "spiritual snobs!"
Joshua Kurlantzick's article on coffee consumption, "Coffee Snobs Unite" (July/August), was interesting and well argued.
One thing the car snobs are saying about Volvos is that since Ford Motor took over the company, the interiors of Volvos feel plastic-y.