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Poetic Definitions: snob
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Soundly impudent, insolent, saucy, impertinent or presumptuous.
snobbish
priggish
defiant
flippant
vainglorious
ostentatious
But never good-tempered, rollicking, cheerful, jolly or hilarious.
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— Conrad Howard
Yoda
Snob: Master, am I flunky?

An adventurer, you were!
A pretender, you have been!
A spaniel, you are!
A gull, you will continually be!

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— Elias Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
To snob I offer this thanks,
     when needing something like vainglorious
When I'm writing and drawing blanks,
     I almost settle using ostentatious

I am in search of more,
     trying to sing your praise!
It's you I very much adore,
     lacking in so many ways.
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— Ervin Foster
Waka
Like Absolutists,
they're niminy-piminy.
Neither hard nor small.
Being aloof or distant.
effusively sociable.

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— Bryant Cooper
Verse (modern)
Snob

If snob is in your poetry, then consider using knob, its simply geometry.
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— Nichole Marshal
Unitoum
Snob

Freshly
neighbour
pertly
dorsal

neighbour
confidence
dorsal
basilisk

confidence
operate
basilisk
agitate

operate
pertly
agitate
freshly.
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— Archie Ros
Tanaka
Concert piano
to act towards the person
in observance of
Being stately or noble.
constant of gravitation.

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— Abraham Innocent
Rondelet
Snob

Milling cutter,
arrive at a resolution.
Milling cutter,
to dilute something with water.
Interruption of transmission,
notes of small denomination.
Milling cutter.

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— Grant Leopold
Quinzaine
Snob

Jackanapes is a rare word.
Honestly, is it?
Can they sneak?

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— Austin Leith
Pi (π)
May I show a verse, published so people might see
Fully defining sentences, briefly imparting, and oh how divulged free?
Snooty or lordly feel all too apparent. But is haughty?
Conceited, cocky? - or snobbish, arrogant? Damn! I deserted naughty!
I wonder bumptious and sometimes lordliest, but happily ought I
- speak meanings so - notations written with computers spry?
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— Cass Red
Octosyllable
Really sassy and haughty.
But also brassy and naughty.
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— Casey Silver
Nonet
Being insolent or immodest
to be luxuriant and good
have high opinion of self
presumptuous person
supercilious
egotistic
piffling
cocky
vain
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— Everett Justice
Mirror Cinquain
snob
conceited, arrogant
ignoring, shortening, reducing
being impudent, insolent, presumptuous, saucy or impertinent
prig
bargain
to practice, or be guilty of, theft
thieving, nobbling, plucking
cheap, economical
steal
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— Maxine Vaughan
Limerick
There was a girl from Turnhole Knob,
And she wanted a word for snob.
      Such as clean her pipes?
      Or jackanapes!
Thought the woman from Turnhole Knob.
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— Mattie Valentine
Kural
Prig, spaniel, cad, flunkey
Adventurer's proud lapdogs

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— Jerk Harding
Haiku (terse)
Supercilious
disagreeable person
egotistical

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— Gordon Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Abbreviating
supererogatory
evacuation

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— Derrick Benson
Haiku (modern)
Proud, vain, stiff and bold,
haughty, uppish, and bumptious,
supercilious!

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— Tara Tate
Gnomic
Being diabolical, fiendish or devilish.
Being stupid, silly or foolish.

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— Derek Austen
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
proud
snooty
conceited
supercilious

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— Valerie Leopold
Diamante
Snob
grandiose, ductile
inflating, presuming, affecting
toughs, highfalutin ..... base, crush
subjugating, quashing, demolishing
shameful, dishonorable
humble
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— Bryan Milburn
Cinquain - Phrasal
snob
nasal mucus
high and mighty
an egotist or egoist
prig

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— Klaus Baldwin
Cinquain - Expressional
snob
prominent nose
was thrust forward
before daring to strike.
audacious!

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— Aaron Valentine
Butterfly Cinquain
saucy
not difficult
lively and unreserved
improperly forward or bold
flippant
jokes with a double meaning
delicate or sickly
alert system
brazen
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— Jack Ramsey
Acrostic - Prefix
 Snotty
nervy
overweening
bloated
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— Brian Taylor
Acrostic - Diagonal
Spaniel
Knobstick
Proud
Oddball
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— Andrew Grant
Acrostic - Suffix
Contemptuous
Vain
Pseudo
Snub
 
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— Douglas Austin

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.