Snobbery sentence example

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  • Kay Bell disliked what she saw as inverse snobbery in the attitudes of the book.

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  • Bloomsbury has its own special brand, intellectual snobbery.

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  • Evangelical as they are about new art, they hate snobbery.

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  • She counters her mother 's obvious social snobbery with a pride in learning and in a close relationship with her father.

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  • Their respect for rank is not marred by any vulgarity or snobbery.

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  • We will end the snobbery that has damaged vocational education.

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  • Class snobbery may have been a factor, too.

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  • First performed in 1668, Molière's comedy cunningly ridicules the snobbery of the aristocracy and the foolish aspirations of the nouveau riche.

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  • It also seems to have an inverted snobbery against chains and big brands, often recommending smaller more interesting accommodation or tours.

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  • There's a strange kind of inverted snobbery around the last year or two about indie records.

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  • Class prejudice, sexism and academic snobbery is endemic within the legal profession.

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  • She counters her mother's obvious social snobbery with a pride in learning and in a close relationship with her father.

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  • There is still a certain snobbery toward the internet.

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  • Welcome to the age of French wine quality, without French wine snobbery.

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  • I would forego my inherent tendency toward badge snobbery to give the Superb serious consideration for my company car.

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  • Well, I must be guilty of car snobbery because everyone I showed the car to raved about it.

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  • The first and astonishingly frequent example is structure snobbery.

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  • But I think language snobbery also exists in some Welsh speakers.

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  • First performed in 1668, Molière 's comedy cunningly ridicules the snobbery of the aristocracy and the foolish aspirations of the nouveau riche.

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  • And witness also the particular brand of British snobbery attached to exactly which supermarket you choose.

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  • He never seems snobbery aroused by but andy reid to upgrade themselves.

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  • There 's a strange kind of inverted snobbery around the last year or two about indie records.

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  • In wine snobbery terms, it will not oxidize as quickly as a bottled wine, no matter what type of fancy gadget you use to pull the air out of a half-full bottle before re-corking it.

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  • Jules Lemaitre, a less sympathetic critic, finds in the extraordinary crimes of his heroes and heroines, his reactionary views, his dandyism and snobbery, an exaggerated Byronism.

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  • The snobbery and malignity of his attacks on Addington roused considerable feeling against him, and his attempts to act as a political go-between in ministerial arrangements were unfortunate.

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