adjective, snid·er, snid·est.
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Origin of snide
OTHER WORDS FROM snidesnidely, adverbsnideness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for snide
Haley: Your detractors in the Negro community often refer to you snidely as “De Lawd” and “Booker T. King.”Alex Haley’s 1965 Playboy Interview with Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.|Alex Haley|January 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Actually, probably with the silent-film baddies on whom Whiplash was based; by the way, what a great name, Snidely Whiplash!
"Tell us when you plan to visit us next time," one of the guards said snidely.
One has to think about what one is really saying when one snidely dismisses women who are interested in fashion.