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snob

snob

snob Sentence Examples

  • He sounded kind of like a snob to me.

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  • Denton could be a royal snob at times, but this time he had outdone himself.

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  • She acted graciously with all the guests, yet he could pick up subtle nuances that affirmed whether she was speaking to someone who genuinely understood art, or a snob who merely bought it to be in vogue.

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  • If you still can't convince your wine snob friends that wine from a box is actually consumable, put it in a decanter before they arrive.

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  • You don't want to come across as a snob, but you do want to show your appreciation for others and minding your manners always gives a good impression.

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  • Nocturnelle, a deep frosty metallic purple, also goes well with Ego, as does Style Snob, a pink-brown with a hint of gold, and Sketch, an intense burgundy-plum color with red flecks.

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  • If you know a wine snob or have pretensions to be one, Pinot Grigio is one of the most widely sneered at wines in the world.

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  • At first glance, you might think he's simply a big snob, but once you get to know Taurus, you'll quickly understand his judgments are based on his main belief system.

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  • Kirk should sound stilted and a little crazy and Michel should always sound like snob, but if the characters act out of character (i.e.

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  • What's the best way to keep the precious crystal stemware safe, out of harm's way, get rid of the water spots from my prized Riedel?, and most importantly show them off to your wine snob guests?

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  • She acted graciously with all the guests, yet he could pick up subtle nuances that affirmed whether she was speaking to someone who genuinely understood art, or a snob who merely bought it to be in vogue.

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  • He sounded kind of like a snob to me.

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  • Denton could be a royal snob at times, but this time he had outdone himself.

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  • insufferable snob, who sees the ball as the perfect opportunity for a family feud.

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  • self-important critics, Dylan was no musical snob.

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  • You think I'd bust cover by playing the snob?

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  • I didn't even drink coffee until a few years ago and I've become a real snob.

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  • snob at times I would normally go for something that wasn't the cheapest just to assure quality.

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  • Act as if you're a real intellectual snob.

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  • I'm not a literary snob - quite the opposite!

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  • If I was more of a musical snob or NME hack I'd laugh at this and give it a virtual kicking.

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  • Socrates is such a crusty old snob, he could make a good living on the TV arts review circuit.

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  • But as a consequence, he comes across like a terrible snob at times.

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  • There is also a rich snob called Veronica di Angelo whom they hate.

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  • snob value, yer know!

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  • snob appeal does not encourage recognition of the realities modern life.

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  • snob screens.

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  • snob thing, they're just built from better quality components that are tested to work together properly.

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  • I have a wine expert friend (or wine snob depending on your view of these things ).

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  • Adam's diet offends my sensibilities because I'm a food snob.

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  • Just a few shades of gray would have helped make, for instance, Dance's smug elitist snob even vaguely human!

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  • snob in the true sense.

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  • It is also nice to note that unlike some so serious and self-important critics, Dylan was no musical snob.

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  • You think I 'd bust cover by playing the snob?

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  • I did n't even drink coffee until a few years ago and I 've become a real snob.

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  • Being a Brand snob at times I would normally go for something that was n't the cheapest just to assure quality.

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  • Act as if you 're a real intellectual snob.

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  • I 'm not a literary snob - quite the opposite !

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  • If I was more of a musical snob or NME hack I 'd laugh at this and give it a virtual kicking.

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  • Socrates is such a crusty old snob, he could make a good living on the TV arts review circuit.

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  • But as a consequence, he comes across like a terrible snob at times.

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  • There is also a rich snob called Veronica di Angelo whom they hate.

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  • Growing up in Dixon Green by Vera Berry Living at Dixon Green had a bit of snob value, yer know !

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  • Snob appeal does not encourage recognition of the realities modern life.

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  • Inside, above the U-shaped counter, are rare snob screens.

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  • It 's not a snob thing, they 're just built from better quality components that are tested to work together properly.

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  • I have a wine expert friend (or wine snob depending on your view of these things).

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  • Adam 's diet offends my sensibilities because I 'm a food snob.

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  • Just a few shades of gray would have helped make, for instance, Dance 's smug elitist snob even vaguely human !

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  • Oh I forgot you think you are better than everyone else, you really are a snob in the true sense.

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  • A natural look can be created by applying Ego from lash to brow with Style Snob in the crease.

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  • Explore Chianti wine proudly (minus the straw covered bottle, because although it's still produced, the wine is still dull and a bit lifeless), despite what any wine snob's opinion is on the wine.

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  • Be prepared for sneers from your wine snob friends.

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  • Even if you aren't a wine snob, you may be surprised how much a difference a few degrees can make.

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