Shide vs Snide - What's the difference?

shide | snide |


As nouns the difference between shide and snide

is that shide is a thin board; a billet of wood; splinter while snide is an underhanded, tricky person given to sharp practise; a sharper; a beat.

As an adjective snide is

disparaging or derisive in an insinuative way.

shide

English

(Webster 1913)

Noun

(en noun)
  • A thin board; a billet of wood; splinter.
  • A piece of wood; strip; piece split off; plank.
  • snide

    English

    Adjective

    (er)
  • Disparaging or derisive in an insinuative way.
  • Don't make snide remarks to me.
  • Tricky; deceptive; false; spurious; contemptible.
  • He was a snide lawyer.
    I received a shipment of snide goods.

    References

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • An underhanded, tricky person given to sharp practise; a sharper; a beat.
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