affectedly elegant

affectedly elegant
afectadamente elegante.

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  • frippery — noun (plural peries) Etymology: Middle French friperie, alteration of Old French freperie, from frepe old garment Date: 1568 1. obsolete a. cast off clothes b. archaic a place where old clothes are sold 2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • chichi — /shee shee /, adj. 1. showily or affectedly elegant or trendy; pretentious. n. 2. a chichi person or thing. 3. the quality of being chichi. [1905 10; < F] Syn. 1. flashy, ostentatious, flamboyant. * * * …   Universalium

  • recherche — rÉ™ ʃer ʃeɪ / ʃeəʃeɪ adj. rare, unusual, uncommon; choice, select, of high quality; pretentious, showy, affectedly elegant …   English contemporary dictionary

  • finical — a. Fastidious, squeamish, dainty, over particular, over nice, nice over much, affectedly elegant …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • jemmy — a. (Colloq.) Spruce, trim, smart, finical, over nice, over neat, affectedly elegant, nice, over much …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • mincing — [min′siŋ] adj. 1. affectedly elegant or dainty: of a person or a person s speech, manner, etc. 2. characterized by short steps or affected daintiness [a mincing walk] mincingly adv …   English World dictionary

  • fop — n. an affectedly elegant or fashionable man; a dandy. Derivatives: foppery n. foppish adj. foppishly adv. foppishness n. Etymology: 17th c.: perh. f. earlier fop fool …   Useful english dictionary

  • airs and graces — Affectedly elegant and refined manners and behaviour • • • Main Entry: ↑grace * * * derogatory an affectation of superiority * * * airs and graces see ↑air, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑grace * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • mincing — /ˈmɪnsɪŋ/ (say minsing) adjective 1. affectedly nice or elegant, as gait, behaviour, air, speech, etc.: *She moved off with mincing steps; came back to whisper I really was married to him, you know. –g.b. lancaster, 1933. 2. walking, acting, or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • fine — fine1 /fuyn/, adj., finer, finest, adv., v., fined, fining, n. adj. 1. of superior or best quality; of high or highest grade: fine wine. 2. choice, excellent, or admirable: a fine painting. 3. consisting of minute part …   Universalium

  • Prettier — Pretty Pret ty, a. [Compar. {Prettier}; superl. {Prettiest}.] [OE. prati, AS. pr[ae]ttig, pr[ae]tig, crafty, sly, akin to pr[ae]t, pr[ae]tt, deceit, trickery, Icel. prettugr tricky, prettr a trick; probably fr. Latin, perhaps through Celtic; cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English