American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Informal Snobbish; conceited.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- adj. alternative spelling of stuck up.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. colloq. Self-important and supercilious, �onceited; vain; arrogant.
- adj. (used colloquially) overly conceited or arrogant
““Who you calling stuck-up when you all up in other people’s business?””
“First Impression: Nicole is described as a stuck-up, rude, and intolerable woman who doesn’t have many friends.”
“But you need to get to the stuck-up collectors to get to those prices.”
“My disgust toward Megan Fox has nothing to do with her thumbs, and everything to do with the fact that she's just a raunchy, stuck-up brat who had the nerve to compare herself to Alan Alda.”
“That stuck-up doll-face," was the way the girls of the neighbourhood described her; and though she earned their enmity by her beauty and aloofness, she none the less commanded their respect.”
“Most admit that Gorman is a nice enough fellow, very intelligent, and in person doesn't come across as the the type of stuck-up jerk who gets crazy when you call him Jim instead of James.”
“Magnate -- a high and stuck-up beauty, who is now my squaw.”
“The cousins were a boy and a girl and they were older and stuck-up.”
“Hanna is the one who's changed the most so far out of all the girls going from the popular, stuck-up, snobby girl to the down-to-earth girl ...”
“Also look for Duvall playing stuck-up surgeon Frank Burns.”
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