foppishness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the manner and dress of a fop or dandy
- Risking all, the Oxford undergraduates even wore the ruffled costumes of Garrick's day, which gave their stage movements a look of mincing foppishness.
- Such peacockery startles the 20th century male, who trembles dizzily at the brink of foppishness when he folds a handkerchief into the breast pocket of his sack suit.
- These were not just the well-known red coats, but kilts for Scottish outfits and suits of splendid foppishness for officers.