This year Dr. Evans would not lord it over it his fellow countrymen by inviting only those he snobbishly favored.
On one hand it encourages the commoner to be snobbishly mean, and the noble to be snobbishly arrogant.
I know you don't like that word "class," but please don't think I am using it snobbishly.
That was only an episode to her, of which she was snobbishly ashamed in time.
We need not heed the criticism of the world, snobbishly; we are a great nation, and can afford to make our own laws.
Brought up in low environment, he snobbishly worships all this as base and vulgar.
We worship kings in England, I admit, but only snobbishly; we significantly call the pound a sovereign.
Not snobbishly, you understand, nor deliberately, but quite in passing.