1. snoot: "the nose," originally a Scottish variant of snout.
2. snoot => snooty.
3. => the notion being of "looking down one's nose".
4. => proud, arrogant.
5. snout => snoot => snooty.
- snooty (adj.)
- "proud, arrogant," 1918, noted that year as college slang, from snoot (n.) + -y (2). Probably with suggestions of snouty (1858); the notion being of "looking down one's nose." Related: Snootily; snootiness.
- 1. Everyone thought Annabel was being snooty.
- 2. I didn't like the way you looked at May Arnold , or the snooty way you talked.
- 3. She's so snooty; she never speaks to the neighbours.
- 她很傲慢, 从不与邻居说话.
- 4. He's too snooty to associate with his old friends now he's rich.
- 5. Having won the tennis championship, she has become more and more snooty.
- 得了网球冠军以后, 她越来越高傲了.
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