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pseud

noun [C] uk   /sjuːd/ us    /suːd/ UK informal disapproving
a person who tries to seem to have detailed knowledge or excellent judgment of a subject, especially in art, literature, music, etc.: He's such a pseud, with his talk of '"lambent harmonies" and "melting arpeggios".
pseudy
adjective uk   /ˈsjuː.di/ us    /ˈsuː.di/
I have to say, I don't have much time for the pseudy vocabulary of wine snobs.
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