On one hand it encourages the commoner to be snobbishly mean, and the noble to be snobbishly arrogant.
I know you don't like that word "class," but please don't think I am using it snobbishly.
That was only an episode to her, of which she was snobbishly ashamed in time.
We need not heed the criticism of the world, snobbishly; we are a great nation, and can afford to make our own laws.
Brought up in low environment, he snobbishly worships all this as base and vulgar.
We worship kings in England, I admit, but only snobbishly; we significantly call the pound a sovereign.
Not snobbishly, you understand, nor deliberately, but quite in passing.