What does bourgie mean?

bourgie in AZ Dictionary

(a) accustomed explain middle-class values within their make an effort to provide the semblance of discerning taste.
(n) a part of bourgeoisie.

bourgie in Community Dictionary

Trunication of bourgeoisie. Pronounced "boo-zhee" adj. Becoming pretentious in matters of taste or dismissive of various other preferences, in a manner that uses a specific middle class mode of reasoning. Generally derogatory. by Augusta TristanReport definition
Stemming through the French word bourgeoisie. Pronounced "boo-zhee"an individual who is class-conscious, with educated and discriminating tastes, and thinking about enjoying the finer things in life. It is not at all high-class, aristoratic, snooty, or snobbish. “Bourgie” is really as much a notion, and circumstances of head, as it is an attitude towards enjoying good food, friends, and great conversation, each day. It evokes a mood of quick beauty, casual yet sophisticated—modern. by Brigida HartnettReport definition

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  • Synonym for "bourgie"
    • chichi, bougie
  • Etymologically Related for "bourgie"
    • bougie
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