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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Snob
 
  That which we call a snob, by any other name would still be snobbish.
Thackeray.    
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  He who meanly admires a mean thing is a snob—perhaps that is a safe definition of the character.
Thackeray.    
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  You, who forget your own friends, meanly to follow after those of a higher degree, are a snob.
Thackeray.    
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  An immense percentage of snobs, I believe, is to be found in every rank of this mortal life.
Thackeray.    
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