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

Zedd
Momently academic, theoretical or speculative.
demanding
commanding
obvious
supposititious
Certainly not gratuitous, complimentary or free.
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— Anneliese Howard
Yoda
Snobberies: Master, can others do what I do?

Impertinences, you were!
Assurances, you have been!
Confidences, you are!
Petulances, you will continually be!

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— Glory Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please accept from me this page,
     didicated to the word snobberies
Used by many an important sage,
     needing a term for fripperies

But wait, I promise an Epigram
     more fitting for this word.
When I receive a better program,
     for now it's just absurd!
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— Charissa Foster
Waka
Just like the conceits,
they're ostentatiously vain.
No, never modest!
The act of swinging or swing.
To glitter, twinkle or flash.

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— Karissa Cooper
Verse (modern)
Snobberies

Snobberies rhymes with robberies, this didactic poem claims, but as rhyming verse, there is nothing more inane.
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— Ona Marshal
Unitoum
Snobberies

Grandiosely
last
chiefly
partial

last
dart
partial
wink

dart
stopped
wink
buried

stopped
chiefly
buried
grandiosely.
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— Aura Ros
Tanaka
August acceptance
being supercilious
affected manner
A disdain, scorn or contempt.
An audacity or nerve.

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— Annemarie Innocent
Rondelet
Snobberies

Give evidence,
preliminary conception.
Give evidence,
experience of reference.
To sit an examination,
sensory evaluation.
Give evidence.

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— Carissa Leopold
Quinzaine
Snobberies

Poems ignore snobberies.
Are they conceited?
Are they smug?

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— Annmarie Leith
Pi (π)
Can I pass a pulse, furnished so people might see
Terse exalting abstracts, usually educating, and oh now bestowed free?
Vanity or flaunt feel all too apparent. But is heights?
Fantasies, ideas? - or concepts, opinions? Oops! I deserted weights!
I reckon flaunting and therefore arrogance, but frankly ought I
- given meanings so - summaries crafted from computers spry?
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— Augusta Red
Octosyllable
Really priggish and bumptious.
But also snobbish and pompous.
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— Boris Silver
Nonet
A pretension, pretense or pretence
an inflation or distension
consequentiality
intensification
accelerator
turgidity
egotism
conceit
wind
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— Nanette Justice
Mirror Cinquain
snobberies
noble, majestic
swaggering, bragging, prancing
formality in bearing and appearance
haughtiness
pride
a fanciful, odd, or extravagant notion
supposing, conceiving, imagining
arrogant, egotistical
conceit
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— Nannie Vaughan
Limerick
There was a girl from Lake Frances,
She needed a word for prances.
      Like panty painting?
      But then thought flaunting!
That smart woman from Lake Frances.
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— Graciela Valentine
Kural
Exclusiveness, conceit, pride, arrogance
Vanity's hack-work pretensions

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— Cleo Harding
Haiku (terse)
Vilification
consequentiality
valuableness

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— Hannah Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Visualizing
valetudinarian
imperiousness

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— Sheldon Benson
Haiku (modern)
A selectiveness,
evokes many presumptions,
flaunted and boasted.

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— Abel Tate
Gnomic
A conceit, arrogance or haughtiness.
A discourtesy, rudeness or impoliteness.

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— Joanna Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
A
pride
conceit
arrogance
exclusivity

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— Ana Harvey
Diamante
Snobberies
boastful, untrue
swaggering, stirring, flaunting
vanity, priggery ..... backlogs, plains
buttressing, bolstering, bracketing
crutched, cantilevered
modesties
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— Anita Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
snobberies
high station
angle of elevation
height above sea level
haughtiness

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— Anne Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
snobberies
and conclusions
from pigmy premises
enter into the inevitable.
unassumingly!

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— Grace Mason
Acrostic - Prefix
 Showy
noisy
ornate
blatant
bombastic
extravagant
responsible
incredible
exceptional
self-esteem
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— John Wilson
Acrostic - Diagonal
Splendors
Inferiors
Egotism
Wobbling
Hairbrushes
Prances
Glitter
Assumptions
Resplendence
Lordliness
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— Nancy Ward

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.