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Synonyms for high-hat

to treat in a superciliously indulgent manner

characteristic of or resembling a snob

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THERE was once, we are told, another England: symbolised by huge, black, kipper-wide shoes, polished so brightly that they reflected the men who stood in them - high-hatted, dark blue and taller than the houses.
Having high-hatted the journos on his first show, he is now snooting his peers, not only bumping up premium rates before "Young Frankenstein" opens but also withholding the B.O.
Carpi is one of the few directors capable of delivering a credible Nobel Prize winner onscreen, and here Alterio nails the character in a razor-tongued, high-hatted but warm portrait.