snob


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Synonyms for snob

Synonyms for snob

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

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Synonyms for snob

a person regarded as arrogant and annoying

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She knew now she wouldn't be called Little Ms Snob anymore.
8220;The novelty of big wardrobe has worn off and society has moved on,” explains Jordyn Daniels, owner of Salon Snob.
One of most prominent advantages of snob appeal is that it allows marketers to price their brands high and obtain a good margin on the sale.
You can't be a snob if you eat fish fingers, goes her argument, based, it would appear, on the theory that the universe always balances itself out.
You may be discussing the latest goal of the month contenders with a pal and agreeing that a particular 30-yard exocet was different gear, and along will come a football snob to state the case for the carefully constructed team goal that was finished off with a modest side-foot from seven yards.
The true film snob, the authors explain, "prides himself on his populist, un-arty taste.
takes away all of his credibility for me, a beer snob.
Fans at first will dislike Camilla as being a snob, but change their tune as they get to really know her especially what she does with her "excesses" and how her past (childhood poverty and the previous Earl) shaped her present.
1) While anyone who studies culture should recognize that commercial tastemakers are certainly quite traditional, the snob in me still shuddered to think of Wal-Mart as a tastemaker.
Latham places both the function of snobbery and the figure of the snob centre stage in his narrative of modernism.
A snob is in one common definition anyone who thinks himself superior in a way that demands recognition," says Epstein, who believes most of us fit this meaning in one way or another.
One of the essays that Epstein included in Once More Around the Block (1987) begins with these words: "I don't mean to make anyone tense or otherwise edgy, but perhaps it is best you know at the outset that in me you are dealing with your basic language snob.
Apartments in long-established co-ops still have terrific snob appeal to Boomers with a fraternity/sorority mentality;
But later issues seemed geared to a small market of intellectuals--which would relegate Letras Libres to a niche already replete with serious magazines and plenty of snob appeal, but few readers.
Its principal character, Theobald Maske, and other members of the Maske family also appear in Der Snob (1914), 1913 (1915), and Das Fossil (1925).