Meaning of snideness in English:

snideness

noun

See snide

‘Sure, politics has been filled with snideness, ridicule and finger pointing probably since the first caveman was elected keeper of the flame, but it's reached the point of combustion.’
  • ‘If this had been a high-powered business lunch and there was an important meeting to get to, then maybe snideness and rudeness would be called for.’
  • ‘Why resort to snideness over the basic laying down of facts?’
  • ‘And, giving up my shield of snideness for a moment, it ends with a wildly entertaining set of out-takes.’
  • ‘All snideness aside, art therapy does seem to be beneficial in dementia.’