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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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They observe the close links between improvised and scripted drama, and the ambitions of the snobbier sections of the profession--their pretence that they no longer had anything to do with street theatre or scurrility.
Customers are getting snobbier about their teas and are demanding better quality and wider variety.
It does sound Victorian, and, as Mr Jones, who himself would have been considered an "overpaid groom" in snobbier circles, pointed out, it has a touch of the gymkhana and My Little Pony about it.
As we all know, there is no snobbier place on earth than the allegedly classless US of A.
The introduction of full postcodes throughout the state will see the end of D4 and D6 to the horror of their snobbier residents.
Subjects generally responded to this question in one of three ways: it wouldn't have been different, the differences would favor the suburban school ("It would be more like the school I come from and I would feel more comfortable," "Maybe kids would be more cooperative and have more parental support in suburban schools," "Achievement levels not so diverse") or the differences would favor the urban school ("I've taught in a suburban school and children there seemed harder to control than in this one," "Students wouldn't have bonded with us because get enough attention at home," "Suburban would be a little snobbier, acting like they know it all," "Would not have gotten actual a feel for type of children I could be working with").
Not that I considered myself Oxbridge stuff, even for a major fantasist some delusions are not sustainable, but I hoped, a slim, blown-in-the-wind aspiration, that I might have got enough to get me to Bristol or one of those snobbier colleges such as Durham.
A snobbier spirit would have fled this burg long ago for the fineries and fitness centers of Los Angeles or New York.
But polo has been hijacked by a much snobbier tribe than toffs - the celebristocracy.
You can save yourself more than EUR30,000 by buying Grand Prix ace Eddie Irvine's preferred XK8 to a snobbier Aston Martin DB7.
Shoppers out in the town yesterday said they welcomed the smarter new look for the street sellers - but feared the move might make the town seem even snobbier to outsiders.