She had with her eyes open promised to marry this Englishman--fop!
The fop of fields is no better than his brother of Broadway.
Mr. Caryll turned to the fop, who happened to be standing at his elbow.
Why should this fop of a lordling put on this air of contemptuous incredulity?
During this short dialogue, the ladies had gone on with the fop.
But this was a bit of a fop, Adonis, dragoon,—so Venus remained in tête-à-tête with him.
I know that at home we never let Fop have anything between his meals.
She stoops to conquer, and it is no wonder that the fop and the fool go down.
"It seems to me, however, that my services—" stammered the fop.
Percy was a fop, but he came from a very aristocratic family.