- adj. Of or pertaining to a chav or something that a chav might do or use.
“Bray has been painted with a huge St George Flag recently and I'd hardly call that particular area particularly 'chavvy' make of car”
“Mistry or Patsy Kensit, who may have dropped two dress sizes but still looked lumpen during her "chavvy" cha-cha-cha.”
“a 'chavvy' oik who's gotten too big for his boots, or whatever.”
““He was worried she would think it was a bit too chavvy tacky.””
“Instead, members of the middle class parenting website logged on to complain that the veteran high-street retailer was "overpriced" for children's clothes no better than those in Tesco and Asda and that rather than sprinkling its stores with stardust, the Myleene Klass range was "chavvy".”
“He is making the same complaints that EVERY chavvy suspect makes – few of which are ever true or nearly as important as the chav believes.”
“The BNP's support comes from where Fascist support has always come from: people who sees themselves as a cut above their chavvy neighbours; in British terms, Tories in Labour areas.”
“Anyone who has to end their entry with the chavvy injunction "end of" has already lost the argument!”
“You dismissed the argument as being lost on the basis of a "chavvy injunction".”
“I'm not about to reject Cameron's 80% to give Brown's 10% victory, "chavvy injunction" or not.”
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