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

Zedd
Mischievously insolent, presumptuous, impudent or contumelious.
snobby
clubby
clannish
cliquish
supercilious
ostentatious
But neither humble, unassuming, lowly, demure nor unpretentious.
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— Augustine Howard
Yoda
Snobbish: Master, can I become humble?

Pretentious, before this poem you were!
Courteous, you have not been!
Haughty, you are!
Rowdy, you will unendingly be!

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— Brianna Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term snobbish
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for clubbish

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Valarie Foster
Waka
Like Absolutists,
they're niminy-piminy.
Neither hard nor small.
Being aloof or distant.
effusively sociable.

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— Matilda Cooper
Verse (modern)
Snobbish

I hate verse that uses snobbish, and also poems that use rubbish.
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— Gabrielle Marshal
Unitoum
Snobbish

Loftily
moderate
splendidly
terrible

moderate
arrogance
terrible
vanity

arrogance
fortify
vanity
escalate

fortify
splendidly
escalate
loftily.
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— Gabriela Ros
Tanaka
Upright and honest
to be quick to answer back
very insistent
Hard clay or rocky strata,
Being stony or chilly.

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— Ali Innocent
Rondelet
Snobbish

High and mighty,
the name of a constellation.
High and mighty,
to put on the high-and-mighty.
Negative justification,
desirous of copulation.
High and mighty.

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— August Leopold
Quinzaine
Snobbish

Can be rarely in poems.
Are they arrogant?
It is true?

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— Aurora 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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— Ethan Red
Octosyllable
Really stuffy and uppish.
But also huffy and foppish.
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— Bonita Silver
Nonet
Being saucy, cheeky or sassy
negative justification
supervisory officer
bloated aristocrat
supercilious
imperious
insolent
lofty
vain
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— Elijah Justice
Mirror Cinquain
snobbish
lordly, cocky
assuming, selecting, relieving
a person regarded as arrogant and annoying
flunkey
lackey
being masculine, unfeminine, manlike, mannish or virile
hireling, offspring, serving
damned, perpetual
footman
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— Elias 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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— Bryant Valentine
Kural
Blackguard, egoist, highfalutin, charlatan
Recherche's proud haughties

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— Abraham Harding
Haiku (terse)
Supercilious
disagreeable person
egotistical

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

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— Prissy Benson
Haiku (modern)
Vain, proud, stiff and smug,
cocky, uppish, and pukka,
supercilious!

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— Austin Tate
Gnomic
Being vigorous, powerful or strong.
Being stubborn, wilful or headstrong.

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— Mattie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
So
vain
snooty
conceited
supercilious
being pompous or grandiose

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— Gabriel Harvey
Diamante
Snobbish
grandiose, ductile
inflating, presuming, affecting
toughs, highfalutin ..... base, crush
subjugating, quashing, demolishing
shameful, dishonorable
humble
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— Gordon Grant
Cinquain - Phrasal
snobbish
novus homo
a journeyman shoemaker
a cavalryman or outrider
cut

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— Bonnie Cole
Cinquain - Expressional
snobbish
and arrogant
nor testily vain
or supercilious by these.
disdainful!

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— Valerie Mason
Butterfly Cinquain
showy
diffuser lamp
to attract attention
marked by extravagant display
brilliant
as gaudy as a butterfly
to be conspicuous
self evident
flashy
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— Aaron Austen
Acrostic - Prefix
 Smug
niminy-piminy
ostentatious
brutish
bumptious
insolent
snooty
haughty
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— Ruth Grant
Acrostic - Diagonal
Smug
Insolent
Proud
Clubby
Overbearing
Disdainful
Egoists
Recherche
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— Brian Austin
Acrostic - Suffix
Pretentious
Vain
Tyro
Coxcomb
Yob
Macaroni
Supercilious
Brutish
 
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— Andrew Valentine

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.