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snooty

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnootysnoot‧y /ˈsnuːti/ adjective informal  UNFRIENDLYPROUDrude and unfriendly, because you think you are better than other people syn snotty snooty neighbourssnootily adverbsnootiness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
snootyNow, you just follow me and act snooty.I only have to go a few quid over and I get snooty letters threatening to take it off me.It was a small community, very snooty, of large detached houses set in lawns and trees.The one advantage snooty old Refrigerator had was that he ignored everyone equally, owner and visitor alike.I called over the smart and snooty shop assistant to ask why such a pricey outfit sported such ` crinkles'.He loves to bully and to unleash his hounds on what he sees as the snooty, wishy-washy liberal establishment.
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