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inverted snobbery

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NounEdit

inverted snobbery (uncountable)

  1. A form of snobbery where the practitioner deprecates the target for attributes that would normally be considered desirable (particularly wealth).
    His dislike of the residents of the wealthier neighbourhood was simply inverted snobbery.