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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.
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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
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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.
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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
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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.
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Translations
لاذِع
jízlivý
spydig
meinlegur; fullur af dylgjum
aizmugurisksnicīgspaslepens
kırıcıküçültücü

snide

[snaɪd] ADJbajo, sarcástico
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snide

[ˈsnaɪd] adj [comment, remark] → sarcastique, narquois(e)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

snide

adjabfällig
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

snide

[snaɪd] adj (fam) → maligno/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

snide

(snaid) adjective
sneering or critical in a sly, not open, manner. He made a snide remark about her relationship with the boss.
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And it's a response that has been articulated with various degrees of snark and snideness on social media all week.
A contest characterised by levels of snideness unusual even by the rarefied levels of modern footballing indecency.
"Given the overwhleming onslaught of sneeriness, snideness, snarkiness and snobbery about this event from opponents of Jeremy Corbyn, it's just nice to actually be here and see there's a whole bunch of people having a nice time," said Alex Nunns, the author of The Candidate: Jeremy Corbyn's Improbable Path to Power.
She still doesn't like western academic Soviet historians much, but at least she mainly avoids gratuitous snideness and cites their work in her bibliography (although my Stalin's Peasants is not included, but that is probably an oversight).
Instead of criticising your other half, try making light of your complaints - and avoid mean-spirited snideness or sarcasm at all costs.
And the snideness of the comments about Andy's replacement when he's taken off the case and during the trial are too often petty.
Snideness aside, I sympathize with leaders who fear that a proliferation of panhandlers will hurt businesses and whatever passes for the city's image.
"A lot of those words associated with Emma, in terms of her being manipulative and scheming, kind of imply a sort of snideness and I just wanted to get rid of all that.