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He added: "Customers see wine as a snobbish area but Majestic isn't a snobbish company at all.
The literati were very snobbish about Read All About It - particularly those who weren't invited on" - Broadcaster Lord (Melvyn) Bragg on the BBC books programme he hosted.
The literati were very snobbish about Read All About It - particularly those who weren't invited on" Broadcaster Lord Melvyn Bragg on the BBC books programme he hosted.
He is ungrateful, insensitive, arrogant and snobbish.
In an interview with Stylist magazine, while talking about her new TV show Indian Summers, she said: "I don't like people being snobbish about soaps.
As for Brand going to finishing school, yes, that is snobbish, Mr Yewlett.
uk/entertainment/articles/2014-09/29/brad-pitt-british-gq-november-issue-cover-story-interview) British GQ magazine where he talks about his marriage to Angelina Jolie, his snobbish attitude towards directors, his take on happiness and what he feels about George Clooney, among other things.
But despite his screen test going horrible, Caine was selected for the part of a snobbish lieutenant Gonville Bromhead.
Actress Penelope Keith, known to Brits as the snobbish Margot Leadbetter in the 1970s sitcom ''The Good Life,'' was also made a dame.
As long as you're not too snobbish or lazy to go and look for it.
They've captured a sound that is popular at the minute, both in the mainstream and in the sometimes snobbish elite of music lovers.
Commenting on the exchange a Labour source said: "This was a sneering and snobbish remark.