stuck-up

[ stuhk-uhp ]SEE DEFINITION OF stuck-up

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STUCK-UP

"The whole Howard lot's a stuck-up set," muttered the farmer.

I'm talkin' about that stuck-up, thievin' hypocrite of a Charlie Phillips, that's who I'm talkin' about.

We fellers are only havin' a little fun with 'em for bein' so stuck-up and hoggish.

I think he's kind of stuck-up, if you want to know, and if he is, he'll get took down in a hurry.

Maybe you think you can run over me, you stuck-up Mr. Proper.

He exulted thus at the idea that he had "paid out the stuck-up beggar after all."

Stuck-up and conceited, and looking at other people as if they were stone posts.

And I hear, of course, that she thinks us all dull and stuck-up, and as ignorant as savages.

I think she's a nasty, flirty, stuck-up thing; that's what I think!

Think of it, mamma, me having that stuck-up Irma Sinsheimer for a relation!

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