derogatory in a nasty, insinuating manner:
snide remarks about his boss.
(of a remark, etc) maliciously derogatory; supercilious
[C19: of unknown origin]
(and foll by
) to fill or load
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But these snide reports are hypocritical, considering sports journalism is part of the business of sports too.
To dismiss a paper of this technical merit in one sentence, as you did, is to me more snide than any of my remarks.
There's not much evidence of a coherent message in your post, other than being sarcastic and snide.
The snide remarks about our postal service are uncalled for.
In spite of your snide comment, it is not unreasonable to speculate about someone's actions when they are outside of the norm.
As ever, his rambunctious plot is largely a vehicle for snappy dialogue, snide parody and wicked one-liners.
He suggests going at the pace of whomever is slowest and making no snide comments.
The snide tone in which the article was written is distracting and unnecessary.
Her rationalism is delivered in an angry barrage peppered with enthusiastically snide asides.
It was meant as snide remark rather than constructive criticism.
The flowery adjectives, snide references and angry tone make much of this discussion not helpful.
The snotty and snide remarks of their detractors are the products of ignorance and hostility.
TE, that closing snide jab was really quite unnecessary, you know.
Scenes were not punctuated by snide, wittier-than-thou putdowns.
Never resort to snide remarks or name-calling about the opposing counsel or his client, orally or in writing.