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Synonyms for snootily

in a snobbish manner

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''I was relieved to find the house was not sham aesthetic, wrote Morris snootily to Jenny, "so something can be done with it".
I know that some of the newer universities emerging from the old polytechnics are accused rather snootily now and again by the "serious" universities of oering BA degrees in basketweaving or bodysurng management.
e Liverpool Academy of Arts on Seel Street - sounds posh, but isn't - closes at the end of the month, having provided a showcase over 26 years, for many ne local painters often snootily rejected by the Tate and the folks at Dinosaur plc, who run the Walker.
London newspapers snootily referred to her as an ex-barmaid when in fact her husband owned a successful pub in Blantyre.
I questioned this with the waiter who snootily said this was the only menu available.
But while the EU was losing influence in the world and suffering economic woes, there was big growth in those countries "snootily disregarded" in 1973.
Pale imitations, one is snootily inclined to assume, which is why perhaps I had not, until last week, taken very seriously the claims of an area just north of Afyon with this title.
Some people snootily dismissed the takeover by India's Tata Motors when Ford, desperate for cash, put JLR on the forecourt.
Rather than snootily deriding optometrists whose chosen mode of practice is different from our own, we should accept that optometrists are not a coherent group of people seeking the same goal, but of individuals working towards a vision of their own future and in doing so opening up new opportunities for the rest of us.
Remember when we chortled snootily at Zee and their 'no such number' lakh?
I remember thinking, a bit snootily, that we'd drawn the short straw.
Spanish Jansenists snootily responded to the work with another by an Augustinian friar whose book satirized La liga and maintained that <<Jansenism>> as a heresy was a ghost created by Jesuits to work against the very orthodox practice of advocating the Gospel's moral rigor.
Anderson's voice is deep, poised and English sounding, but not snootily so.
Do you remember the British MP, Paul Tyler, who many years ago snootily declared that: "Trains are only suitable for typists"?