Definition of snidely in English:



See snide

  • ‘With almost malevolent emphasis, newscasters snidely tell us that we're too fat, citing facts or pseudo-facts from this institute or that institute.’
  • ‘And I ask that question in dead earnest, not snidely.’
  • ‘Too late I remembered the Spanish for ‘very small’ and began to play out alternative scenarios in which I snidely put him in his place.’
  • ‘Yet still the staff carried on as if we didn't really exist, and at the conclusion of our dining, we were snidely asked if we enjoyed our meal.’
  • ‘‘Of course you wouldn't,’ she replied snidely.’