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snooty

mod. haughty; conceited. (As if looking down one’s nose = snoot, at someone. Alludes also to having one’s nose in the air meaning haughtiness.) Tiffany can be snooty if she wants to, and she usually wants to.
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The Missoula bar and (inset from top left) when it was the Snooty Fox, Rosie O'Brien's, and (below) its original incarnation as the Malt Shovel pub dating from the 17th century
org/p/mayor-of-city-of-bradenton-replace-confederate-monument-with-statue-of-snooty-the-manatee/u/20890465) website : "To honor Snooty's legacy as a positive icon in Bradenton, I propose that the negative symbol of racism and oppression that is the Confederate monument be relocated and replaced with a statue of Snooty the Manatee.
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Devotees of the strip might miss characters like the snooty Todd or Ethan's sardonic talking cat.
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Vance captures perfectly Henry's monologue, with the occasional characterization of other characters such as the snooty Nasmyth and the doomed Evelyn.
James] Oberstar called it a 'catchy, snooty idea' that ignores the economic development needs of the rest of the country.
95) receives fun drawings by Anne Wilson as it tells of tough tabby cats, snooty llamas, and frightening tarantulas: all hard creatures to rescue, and all given their own rhymes by Swados along with colorful drawings.
But the clearest evidence of the snooty attitude towards Nazareth comes from the mouth of Nathanael.
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Edwards lives in the snooty north-east part of the island and Fergie has been looking to acquire a property in the same town.
Four are broadcast this week, including Portrait of a Young Man with a Career, an oddly melodramatic and snooty piece written while an undergraduate at Oxford which includes the typically arch line: 'Jeremy had what was known as a personality.
In his eagerly awaited third novel, The Queen of Harlem, Brian Keith Jackson spins an effectual and entertaining story about a young man's less than meteoric jaunt from a privileged, albeit snooty world of refined Southern black culture to the down-home and often fast-paced world of Harlem.
There is no shame in doing such work but when I came to Kohima I was quite shocked to see the snooty behaviour of the students,' he said.
Where Kunstler veers off the road, however, is in pushing a snooty aesthetic determinism that will free us from the tyranny of soulless suburbia and dead architecture.