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1) He's a frightful snob - if you haven't been to the right school he probably won't even speak to you.
2) Stop being such a snob.
3) That Rous was a snob and a social climber could scarcely be denied.
4) She was a snob of the first order.
5) This car sells well because of its snob value.
6) He's a bit of a snob won't speak to the likes of me.
7) She protested strongly at being called a snob.
8) Don't be such a snob.
9) I'm afraid I'm a bit of a wine snob/a snob where wine is concerned.
10) I don't want to sound like a snob,(http://sentencedict.com/snob.html) but I thought she was vulgar.
11) That kind of car has real snob appeal .
12) There is a snob value in driving the latest model.
13) My mother was such a snob she wouldn't let me play with the local children.
14) I don't want to sound a snob but I thought it vulgar.
15) I don't want to sound like a snob, but I found the decor vulgar.
16) She did not want to cultivate the snob image.
17) Lawler was renowned as a snob which was in total contrast to his wife.
18) She's the most awful snob.
19) They call me a snob and other really mean names like that.
20) These berries even have snob appeal.
21) I had developed into a cynical snob.
22) And of course there is the sheer snob appeal of being able to avoid the herd.
23) He's a dreadful snob.
24) Perhaps it's mountain snobbery to wish to avoid such a crowd, and if so then I am a mountain snob.
25) Going to a private school had made her a snob.
26) I'd hate them to put me down as a snob.
27) This part of the town has a lot of snob appeal.
28) And I had to say yes, because I didn't want to be called a snob too.
29) Three university researchers say they now have a surprising answer: snob appeal.
30) Warren is from an upper middleclass Connecticut family; he's a bit of a snob.