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  • adj. superlative form of preppy: most preppy.

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Examples

  • The South, however, is in some ways the preppiest part of the country.

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  • There I was, with short groomed hair, wearing the preppiest of clothes, and yet I must have somehow been involved in big-time criminal activity.

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  • Lisa Birnbach arrived at Sarabeth's on the Upper East Side fresh from performing one of the preppiest of all functions — walking safety patrol at her daughter's private school, wearing one of those day-glo orange vests and toting a two-way radio.

    The Official Preppy Author

  • But then the profile takes a turn toward Groton (the school, not the town or the submarine base) which is quite fascinating, and really she should have written a piece about the history and legacy of Groton (to which I could contribute tales of college friends who really were the WASPiest of the preppiest of the preppy WASPs).

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  • I find Norell is definitely the preppiest scent that I know of, but in a very stylish New York mood.

    In Which I Am Being Preppy

  • We're talking the preppiest of blond families next to Black toddlers with beads in their braids.

    Make It Free (and Have Some Hip Hop) and They Will Come

  • It has always been the preppiest of the Ivy League schools.

    The Organization Kid

  • Tim Pawlenty (R) is coming to one of Georgetown's preppiest bars.

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  • I was rewarded a few days later with this masterful video, in which a young girl defeats a series of competitors in the preppiest game of tennis every played.

    All Things Go

  • Maxamilian, voted "preppiest in class" at Choate, "has a sincere love for Stubbs

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