Synonyms for foppish

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Though not foppish, he was scrupulous to a degree about his dress.

There isn't one I don't despise for his sickening, foppish, womanish airs.

He was fair and foppish, very stout, and as heavy in mind as in body.

One, a native interpreter, was foppish in garment and manner.

This was the foppish youth whom Aurora had designated as “my brother.”

Even the parish clerk is said to be "spruce and foppish in his dress."

His dilettantish manner was gone for good, as was also his foppish beard.

He had no illusions as to the source of this foppish prompting.

"Not too much so, my angel," replied Thuillier, with a foppish air.

His hands were white and shapely and he was well groomed, though not in the least foppish.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from fop + -ish. Related: Foppishly; fopishness.

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