foppery definition

  • noun:
    • Foolish quality or action.
    • The gown or manner of a fop.
    • The dress or activities of a fop
    • Stupidity
    • The behavior, gown, or any other indicator of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of tv show; showy folly.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • Foolishness; foolery; foolish vanity; vain program.
    • A foolish or mocking event.
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Affectation of precision in trifles, or fastidious observance of the current fashion; dandyism: as, the foppery of dress or of manners.
    • Foolish quality or action.
    • The dress or types of a fop.
    • The dress or activities of a fop
    • Stupidity
    • The behavior, gown, or other indication of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of program; showy folly.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • Foolishness; foolery; silly vanity; vain show.
    • A foolish or mocking event.
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Affectation of accuracy in trifles, or fastidious observance associated with the current fashion; dandyism: because, the foppery of gown or of manners.
    • Foolish high quality or action.
    • Foolish high quality or action.
    • The gown or manner of a fop.
    • The gown or manner of a fop.
    • The gown or activities of a fop
    • The gown or actions of a fop
    • Stupidity
    • Stupidity
    • The behavior, dress, or other indication of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of program; showy folly.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • The behavior, gown, or any other indicator of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of program; showy folly.
    • Foolishness; foolery; silly vanity; vain show.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • A foolish or mocking event.
    • Foolishness; foolery; silly vanity; vain show.
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Affectation of precision in trifles, or fastidious observance of current manner; dandyism: as, the foppery of gown or of ways.
    • Foolish high quality or activity.
    • Foolish quality or activity.
    • The gown or method of a fop.
    • The gown or method of a fop.
    • A foolish or mocking exhibition.
    • The dress or actions of a fop
    • The gown or activities of a fop
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Foolish quality or action.
    • Stupidity
    • Stupidity
    • Affectation of accuracy in trifles, or fastidious observance associated with the current style; dandyism: since, the foppery of gown or of manners.
    • The behavior, gown, or any other sign of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of tv show; showy folly.
    • The behavior, dress, or any other indication of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of program; showy folly.
    • Foolish high quality or action.
    • The gown or types of a fop.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • The dress or manner of a fop.
    • The gown or activities of a fop
    • Folly; foolery.
    • Foolishness; foolery; silly vanity; vain tv show.
    • The gown or activities of a fop
    • Stupidity
    • Foolishness; foolery; foolish vanity; vain tv show.
    • A foolish or mocking exhibition.
    • The behavior, dress, or any other indicator of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of show; showy folly.
    • A foolish or mocking convention.
    • Stupidity
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • The behavior, gown, or other sign of a fop; coxcombry; affectation of program; showy folly.
    • Affectation of precision in trifles, or fastidious observance of prevailing style; dandyism: because, the foppery of gown or of ways.
    • Foolishness; foolery; foolish vanity; vain program.
    • Affectation of precision in trifles, or fastidious observance for the current fashion; dandyism: since, the foppery of gown or of manners.
    • Folly; foolery.
    • Foolishness; foolery; foolish vanity; vain show.
    • A foolish or mocking exhibition.
    • A foolish or mocking event.
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Vain ornaments; gewgaws.
    • Affectation of precision in trifles, or fastidious observance for the current manner; dandyism: since, the foppery of dress or of manners.
    • Affectation of precision in trifles, or fastidious observance of prevailing style; dandyism: because, the foppery of gown or of ways.
  • others:
    • Foppish; silly.
    • Foppish; silly.
    • Foppish; foolish.
    • Foppish; silly.
    • Foppish; foolish.
    • Foppish; foolish.
    • Foppish; silly.
    • Foppish; silly.

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