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snide

 (snīd)
adj. snid·er, snid·est
1. Mocking or derogatory in a malicious or ironic way: snide comments.
2. Making or given to making snide remarks: a snide roommate.

[Origin unknown.]

snide′ly adv.
snide′ness n.

snide

(snaɪd)
adj
1. Also: snidey (of a remark, etc) maliciously derogatory; supercilious
2. counterfeit; sham
n
(Jewellery) slang sham jewellery
[C19: of unknown origin]
ˈsnidely adv
ˈsnideness n

snide

(snaɪd)
vb
dialect Northern English to fill or load

snide

(snaɪd)

adj. snid•er, snid•est.
derogatory in a nasty, insinuating manner: snide remarks.
[1860–65; orig. uncertain]
snide′ly, adv.
snide′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.snide - expressive of contempt; "curled his lip in a supercilious smile"; "spoke in a sneering jeering manner"; "makes many a sharp comparison but never a mean or snide one"
uncomplimentary - tending to (or intended to) detract or disparage

snide

snidey
adjective nasty, sneering, malicious, mean, cynical, unkind, hurtful, sarcastic, disparaging, spiteful, insinuating, scornful, shrewish, ill-natured He made a snide comment about her weight.
Translations
لاذِع
jízlivý
spydig
meinlegur; fullur af dylgjum
aizmugurisksnicīgspaslepens
kırıcıküçültücü

snide

[snaɪd] ADJbajo, sarcástico

snide

[ˈsnaɪd] adj [comment, remark] → sarcastique, narquois(e)

snide

adjabfällig

snide

[snaɪd] adj (fam) → maligno/a

snide

(snaid) adjective
sneering or critical in a sly, not open, manner. He made a snide remark about her relationship with the boss.
References in classic literature ?
Bring her about, Snider," I directed, "and hold her due east.
Taylor and Delcarte seized the spirit of my mood but Snider, I think, was a trifle sceptical.
We are doomed, Snider, to die far from home and without ever again looking upon the face of another fellow countryman than those who sit here now in this boat.
I could see that Snider was still fearful, but Taylor and Delcarte responded with a hearty, "Aye, aye, sir
A Snider went off with the roar of a bomb-gun, and Sheldon heard a pane of window- glass crash behind him.
They've got a dozen Sniders that ought to be confiscated.
In addition, a dozen old Sniders were in the hands of the original crowd.
The modern rifles, stolen from Lunga, Sheldon set aside; the Sniders he smashed into fragments; the pile of spears, clubs, and tomahawks he presented to Joan.
All were armed, some with Snider rifles and ancient horse pistols, others with bows and arrows, with long throwing spears, with war-clubs, and with long-handled tomahawks.
As this dandy of Melanesia leaped into the sunshine, the Snider rifle in his hands came into position, aimed from his hip, the generous muzzle bearing directly on Van Horn.
The dandy lowered his Snider, and breath came more easily to the chests of all who composed the picture.
Port Adams is a salt-water village on Malaita, and Malaita is the most savage island in the Solomons--so savage that no traders or planters have yet gained a foothold on it; while, from the time of the earliest bˆche-de-mer fishers and sandalwood traders down to the latest labor recruiters equipped with automatic rifles and gasolene engines, scores of white adventurers have been passed out by tomahawks and soft-nosed Snider bullets.