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Synonyms for uppishly

in a snobbish manner

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The ploy almost paid off as Mushfiqur relaxed enough to slash uppishly through gully, but he was just safe and added four more to his tally.
Yuvraj (25), who looked uncomfortable against short-pitched bowling on a few occasions, fell to a loose shot when he uppishly drove paceman Shahadat Hossain to Ashraful at short cover.
Mark Davies took two early wickets, finding the inside edge of Matt Wood's bat, then watching as Mark Wagh drove uppishly to Callum Thorp at point.
aas frustrated India for more than a session with a fighting knock, hitting nine fours before uppishly driving Harbhajan straight to Virender Sehwag in the covers.
His patient innings ended when he drove uppishly at a delivery from medium-pacer Iain O'Brien and was caught by a diving Michael Papps in the covers.
The tourists got their first wicket of the day when Flintoff saw off Shoaib Malik, the opener driving uppishly to cover ( much as he fell in the first innings.
Martin Guptill (0) uppishly drove to Manoj Tiwary at short cover off the very first delivery from Unadkat.
Islamabad opener Sharjeel Khan was the first to go by sweeping uppishly to Mohammad Nabi at square leg for 10.
When Yorkshire batted, 20-year-old Will Rhodes was quickly out of the blocks with a couple of fiercely-struck boundaries off Chris Wright and the innings had moved smoothly on to 35 when Lees was dropped by Keith Barker at deep mid-off as he drove uppishly at Jeetan Patel.
Virat Kohli stuck around for a while, but again gave his wicket away, driving a full delivery uppishly to cover, with Nick Compton completing the catch off Panesar's bowling.
On 29, he carved uppishly at Shane Watson's military medium pace and Ponting trousered a low catch at backward point with unrefined glee.
Denly obligingly drove uppishly to short extra cover off Wainwright while Jones dragged a Bresnan off-cutter onto off-stump.
Denly obligingly drove uppishly to short extra cover off David Wainwright while Jones dragged a Bresnan off-cutter onto off-stump.
But he fell soon after, driving uppishly to Tillakaratne Dilshan at cover.
Sehwag had the New Zealand bowlers at his mercy when, in the 19th over and with India on 128, he drove uppishly through cover and was brilliantly caught by Ross Taylor, diving full length, off a Daniel Vettori ball.