- Native to the islands of Trinidad and Tobago in the West Indies. Imitative of the act of sucking one's teeth - "kissing teeth" - as a gesture of annoyance or disapproval. (Wiktionary)
“Besides all the environmental concerns they just stink up your home n everything smells of smoke steups #fb garykholden It seems that we hear a lot about environmental concerns these days.”
“Feet still burning, muscles aching, steups still formed on the lips from that six-hour gruelling set of hard work to get from Piccadilly to the Savannah, but it's still not easy to take.”
“I think we need to bring it home to Mr Martin Joseph [a small steups escapes her], how all that you've just said is linked to crime.”
“He couldn't be bothered with this stupidness, he said, dramatically tossing his notes onto his desk with a steups.”
“When hearing this the staff proceeded to steups and "cut her eye" (all with hands on her hips), she then turned her back on them.”
“A $1500 win was met with a resounding steups, and was only capital to bet more, and thus rake in bigger wins.”
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