- adjective /ˈsnuː.ti/
Sir Sydney was an arrogant, snooty, bigoted prig, so it was with some satisfaction that I wrote out his parking ticket.
Sissi was a very snooty and spoiled girl with clear social problems.
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Snooty — is also an adjective for one who is a snob. Snooty is a West Indian Manatee that resides at the South Florida Museum s Parker Manatee Aquarium in Bradenton, Florida. Born at the Miami Aquarium and Tackle Company on July 21, 1948, Snooty is the… … Wikipedia
snooty — index disdainful Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
snooty — (adj.) proud, arrogant, 1918, noted that year as college slang, from SNOOT (Cf. snoot) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Probably with suggestions of snouty (1858); the notion being of looking down one s nose. Related: Snootily; snootiness … Etymology dictionary
snooty — [adj] haughty arrogant, cavalier*, conceited, condescending, egotistic, egotistical, high and mighty*, hoity toity, la di da*, lofty, on a high horse*, pompous, pretentious, snobbish, snotty*, stuck up*, superior, uppity*; concept 401 … New thesaurus
snooty — ► ADJECTIVE (snootier, snootiest) informal ▪ showing disapproval of or contempt towards others, especially those considered to be socially inferior. DERIVATIVES snootily adverb snootiness noun … English terms dictionary
snooty — ☆ snooty [sno͞ot′ē ] adj. snootier, snootiest [ SNOOT + Y2: from the elevation of the nose of haughty people] Informal haughty; snobbish snootily adv. snootiness n … English World dictionary
snooty — [[t]snu͟ːti[/t]] snootier, snootiest ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you say that someone is snooty, you disapprove of them because they behave as if they are superior to other people. ...snooty intellectuals... Everyone thought Annabel was being… … English dictionary
snooty — UK [ˈsnuːtɪ] / US [ˈsnutɪ] adjective Word forms snooty : adjective snooty comparative snootier superlative snootiest informal showing disapproval someone who is snooty thinks they are better than other people and behaves rudely towards them … English dictionary
snooty — mod. haughty; conceited. □ Don’t be so snooty! □ Tiffany can be snooty if she wants to, and she usually wants to. □ What a snooty waiter! … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
snooty — adjective (snootier; est) Date: 1919 1. looking down the nose ; showing disdain < snooty people who won t speak to their neighbors > 2. characterized by snobbery < a snooty store > • snootily adverb • snootiness … New Collegiate Dictionary