from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A chap; a fellow.
- n. Chapped, dry.
- adj. Full of chaps; cleft; gaping; open.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Full of chaps; cleft; gaping; open.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of chaps; cleft. Also written choppy.
- n. A familiar or affected diminutive of chap.
Just look at Gordon Brown's fat miserable face when he sits down at around 7: 47; not a cheerful chappy is he?
Glen Smythe (who??) and this McKeever chappy have all been on the ‘How to talk like ACPO’ course and consequently are now part of the problem.
But instead there's a cheeky bearded chappy in a bright retro T-shirt with a raucous giggle: meet Mister Rob (as his website refers to him).
It is not even the Lord Mayor of the whole of London, merely some corporate lawyer chappy called David Wootton, "an ambassador for the City and financial services," according to commentator Paul Dickenson.
This chief constable chappy in Essex seems to be talking a lot of sense.
I have to imagine false start and unnecessary roughness penalties would come into play. chappy Says:
It has put a smile on his dial and he seems a happy chappy.
So, in his classic Triumph Stag with a Union flag painted on the bonnet, Bellamy gets to meet his giggling northern fan club, cheeky-chappy plasterer, a Pakistani community leader ...
I just think it is going to be hard to salvage the Sun angle (as well as the fake serial killer created by McNulty). — chappy
But when you see the look of disgust that creeps across their faces as your dad says good-bye to you, planting his chappy dad-lips on yours . . .
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