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snide remark

n. a caustic, haughty, or insulting remark. You’re really quick with the snide remark. Ever say anything nice to anybody?
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Amenable Delora palled on awed Edin's red, rawboned, unsung, reknarred lode-looters ere vernal lad Allan Revere's renaered new Eros-derider, snide red Nels, 'Not a fetor
Down at the bottom of League 2 Kentucky FC are yet to get off the mark and after a couple of good performances are looking to grab their first win in ten next week when they face league leaders Classic Snide which promises to be a thrilling encounter.
I know verbal abuse hurts and these snide remarks are upsetting but, with any form of bullying, the key is not letting the bullies know they're getting to you.
I know verbal abuse hurts and these snide remarks are upsetting, but with any form of bullying the key is not to let the bullies know they're getting to you.
The killer musical lineup will include a reunion of influential indie rockers Superchunk and performances by critically-acclaimed bands Clem Snide and The Upper Crust as well as a surprise special guest to be revealed at a later date.
The 29-year-old South African, known for not hiding his feelings, said after his one-shot victory at the Nissan Open in Los Angeles: "There were a lot of very snide remarks.
Now that was a snide jibe if I've ever heard one, but I have to admit it was well disguised.
They are worse than a schoolyard full of immature boys, and maybe the boys would not be as bad as this lot, with all the snide remarks coming from each side.
He has got a snide side in real life that I really like-Film-maker QuentinTarantino on Tom Hanks.
I have heard some snide remarks that, at long last, the Jesuits of the United States have come out against abortion as a very bad thing.
Recently I have had the oddest experience of reading articles and occasional comments about Peter Martins's New York City Ballet--sometimes merely a snide phrase--that made me wonder whether I was living at the same time in the same town, or even in the same country, as these commentators.
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Quintessential '80s band the Pet Shop Boys has been called snide, but lead singer Neil Tennant says the group is misunderstood, In a candid talk he disses bitter gay hipsters --and talks about the Boys' new attitude
Secondly this version, though heavily bowdlerised, keeps the narrator - Thackery's most important character - to make snide remarks and back-handed compliments.
The book led to snide accusations of homosexuality in a particularly nasty review (by a critic who was himself homosexual), forcing Proust to challenge his fellow invert to a duel.