Definition of snobby in US English:

snobby

adjective

informal
  • Relating to, characteristic of, or like a snob.

    ‘she is ostracized by the snobby rich kids at school’
    ‘his snobby attitude about the right way to dress’
    • ‘I like riding clubs, and I don't think they are snobby at all.’
    • ‘That day he was delivering two tons of coal to a particularly snobby woman.’
    • ‘They tended to be the snobbiest group, their distinctive attitude focusing on gaining social status and pleasure.’
    • ‘The conservatives want private snobbier schools that are more exclusive.’
    • ‘The three of them posed for a very snobby picture.’

Pronunciation

snobby

/ˈsnɑbi//ˈsnäbē/