- n. Plural form of preppy.
“He is approached by a pair of twin preppies from Connecticut, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss (both played by actor Armie Hammer) - two privileged types who row crew and have the Olympics in their sites.”
“I'm gonna have to vote for Palm "preppies," because were cooler than "prefects," which is downright bad english, let alone stooopid.”
“The Bush campaign shipped in several busloads of well-dressed preppies to cause a scene outside the Board of Elections and succeeded in stopping the recount.”
“Powell smiled a shark's grin and stretched, feeling the coolness of the gun nestled under his shirt snug against his lower back, then went to the window and looked out into the steady rain; the parking lot sat quiet except for a couple of young preppies quickly unloading golf bags from the back of their dripping station wagon.”
“So warned the invitation to a New York lunch last week to preview True Prep, a follow-up to the 1980 best seller The Official Preppy Handbook, designed as a satire but taken seriously by many aspiring preppies.”
“The preppies are all non-conformists because they all lookalike”
“Tommy Hilfiger had a similarly unpleasant experience in the U.S. in the 1990s, when it became a hip-hop staple that no longer clicked with preppies.”
“CARLY'S CANNABIS CORNER - Carly Schwartz: In the coast-to-coast battle for legalized greenery, this round goes to the preppies over the hippies.”
“We go down another escalator on to street level where the emos are still hanging around under the stairs but Derek Brown and the preppies have disappeared.”
“This weekend the preppies might be outnumbered by all the folkies descending for the big annual music fest.”
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