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Synonyms for snob

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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Wayne Tracey, a DJ at Snobs, said: "If it had been reported to security we would have dealt with it.
And the snobs are busy lobbying for Scholes to pick up armfuls of player of the year awards.
Latham places both the function of snobbery and the figure of the snob centre stage in his narrative of modernism.
Joshua Kurlantzick's article on coffee consumption, "Coffee Snobs Unite" (July/August), was interesting and well argued.
This book is, to my knowledge, the first tome in English targeted exclusively to the subject since the publication of Thackeray's The Book of Snobs in 1848.
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.
Beware of the snobs, the troublemakers who complain about the problem of liturgical music--whether "traditional" or "contemporary"--that has absolutely no "cultural resonance" (a fancy way of saying that the music seems to have no meaning for anybody).
Noble gases--radon, xenon, krypton, argon, neon, and helium--are snobs.
Obviously the secondary administration, the lycees and colleges, and various conservatives and snobs, resented any incursion of the classes populaires into their territory.
Of course, all of this has to an extent remained merely the high jinks of art snobs and the fashion elite (though trickle-down outrage has always been more effective than its economic counterpart).
BIRMINGHAM nightclub Snobs could open even later if it gets permission from the council.
Emily Butler, from Rubery, was stamped as she entered Birmingham's Snobs nightclub on Saturday night.