adj. To condescend from below. To make fun of someone who in fact, at least in the area in which they are being made fun of, is actually one's superior. Usually done in a mocking and/or sarcastic tone.
Jill was very conascending to Mary when she said, "You went to Yale, so I'm just sure YOU can figure out how we'll find a cab downtown."
by newsamjohnson February 06, 2010
Can you define these popular missing words?
Acting or being so stupid so as to make others feel better about themselves.
The friend who asks you "the quarterback is the one who throws the ball, right?" would be said to be conascending
by Lornly November 09, 2014