Of, befitting, or resembling a snob; pretentious. (adjective)
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Use "snobbish" in a sentence
"There was, they felt, “a certain snobbish and faddish ‘interest’ in Negroes.”"
"We know that she impressed those who knew her as absorbed in snobbish ambitions and petty resentments, and that she had as her chief ingratiating tribute a talent for mimicry, which is often the sport of an unloving and derisive soul."
"Dimly it had dawned upon her more than once that Rags regarded certain speeches and ways of hers as "snobbish" -- speeches and ways which to her had seemed aristocratic."