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snobbery

[snob-uh-ree] /ˈsnɒb ə ri/
noun, plural snobberies.
1.
snobbish character, conduct, trait, or act.
Origin of snobbery
1825-1835
1825-35; snob + -ery
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n.

"the class of snobs," 1833, from snob + -ery. Meaning "snobbishness" is from 1843.

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