snootiness


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the quality of being snooty

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Coming from a League One club, there has been a fair bit of snootiness towards him.
This has led to a certain snootiness about them in some parts of the art world, a response that seems to me entirely wrong.
There's none of the snootiness you sometimes get at the posher country hotels.
The Lycee Yersin's students blasted the Nha Trang students for what they called snootiness.
In contrast to Darcy's first appearance, however, this potential hero displays no snootiness to injure his popularity, and since once again the narrator does not differentiate at first between the general reaction of "every lady" and the specific reaction of Elizabeth, presumably Elizabeth participates in the general admiration of Mr.
The vessel possesses every luxury imaginable, but happily lacks the snootiness often associated with highpriced hotels.
EMBASSY RITZOVIA: AN AREA OF SNOOTINESS AND POMPOSITY WILL GIVE WAY TO WIDESPREAD CONDESCENSION AND HAUGHTINESS
It's a Regency-style building, easily reached from the A49, which owner Laura Penman has converted into a 15-bedroom boutique hotel dripping in style but without a touch of snootiness.
A classic, which has been deemed worthy of enduring interest, can always afford the privilege of snootiness.
More recently, the city has suffered from the global shifts in manufacturing, a lack of investment, strained transport links, as well as the British inherit snootiness about trade.
Similarly, his remarks on Armado's ridiculous use of language were full of enjoyment rather than snootiness.
But his one caveat was this would have to be an inner-city store without compromises, and sans snootiness.
With its legendary snootiness, the Cannes Film Festival has never catered to all walks of life, but it was just a matter of time until the overwhelming strength of the euro would propel the fest's exclusivity to the next level.
Such perceptions can be fatal - just ask John Kerry and Michael Dukakis, who could not shake the images of snootiness and elitism that their opponents projected upon them.