noun, plural snob·ber·ies.
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The Spotify roasting AI that’s been making the rounds this week is a fun exercise in music snobbery.Music made 2020 better, but we failed to make 2020 better for musicians|Brian Heater|December 25, 2020|TechCrunch
His absolute snobbery is bizarrely refreshing, while the Just Like You's around him try to seem as “normal” as possible.Sting and Hillary Are Just Like You: How the Very Rich Play at Being Very Ordinary|Tim Teeman|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Wellie-snobbery is terrible but growing vice among the British upper classes.Pippa Instagrammed in Front of Pile of Dead Pheasants at Shoot|Tom Sykes|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
My theory was that a personal and geographic food bias was at work, a kind of coastal snobbery.Wall Street Gets Punked Again With Sprouts Farmers Market IPO|Daniel Gross|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Both went to Oxford University and chafed at the snobbery of English elites.
This is because cruising stories allow the media to indulge in two of their favourite traits: envy and snobbery.In Defense of Cruises: Ignore the Carnival Sewage Disaster|Andrew Roberts|February 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That the Business College should no longer require me I could understand—for snobbery plays a terrible part in business.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
"Ah kin lick any three Neboes wid mah toes an' teeth," he would boast in religious snobbery.Mountain|Clement Wood
An assembly of two thousand snobs will never stint its applause to an author who chastises snobbery.The English Stage|Augustin Filon
This gentleman—for he was no less than that—was a man well-read, and his tribute was not inspired by mere snobbery.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete|Albert Bigelow Paine
The snobbery of the "social column" would really be amusing were it not so painfully apparent.The Sign of Silence|William Le Queux