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  • n  a man who is much concerned with his dress and appearance

  • Snarling and flouncing and decadently attired, Depp is the fop of war.
  • He's a shallow fop, she's a jaded businesswoman.
  • Then, with a typically clever bit humor, once Promethea gets a hold of herself and apologizes for intruding, Asmodeus changes into a English fop.
News & Articles


  • Rosa DeLauro in Food Consumer
    In response, the FDA on Oct 19 sent a letter back to Ms. DeLauro saying the agency did some research and found that "with FOP labeling, consumers are less likely to check the Nutrition Facts label on the information panel of foods (usually, the back...
  • Rosie Marcel in Lincolnshire Echo
    Talking about her character Jac's relationship with Joseph, played by Luke Roberts, Rosie Marcel said: "He is very handsome, but he's got OCD and is a bit of a fop. He's very unlike what she'd go for, but he understands her -They have some strange...
  • Roxanne Qualls in Cincinnati Enquirer
    Qualls said she "would hope, quite frankly, that the FOP and all police officers would agree" that Caton's not someone desirable for the Cincinnati police force.

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