Origin of snobbish
Examples from the Web for snobbish
In this the Pragers fall into the snobbish habit of going outside their own country for the sake of finding some inept comparison.From a Terrace in Prague|Lieut.-Col. B. Granville Baker
She's a lady by instinct; that odious ostentation and snobbish toadying must disgust her.
Hartmann approaches on many points the German snobbish national feeling.Friedrich Nietzsche|Georg Brandes
By vulgarity, of course I do not mean anything that is morally wrong, but simply common and snobbish.Letters of Peregrine Pickle|George P. Upton
We all think of ourselves as belonging to a certain social group—whether we express it in snobbish terms or not.