jumped-up : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s (British informal) upstart
- But they begrudged such acclaim to a "jumped-up ranker" who perennially poked fun at "generals with middle-aged spread.
- They think they're sort of jumped-up pointy-heads.
News & Articles
- Chelsea's 5 Greatest Wingers
What makes a good wing man? It's an issue Tom Cruise raised in the 1980s classic Top Gun , but when Bleacher Report ponders the issue in the 21st century, we're thinking about a wing man of a different variety, not jumped-up Air Force pilots such as Val Kilmer's Iceman. Throughout the history of football, wingers have been the creative heartbeat of teams, feeding their more glamorous teammates ...
Sept. 26, 2013 - Bleacher Report