Definitions

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  • adj. Like a pimp.

Etymologies

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pimp +‎ -y

Examples

  • This incarnation of pimpy fun is a burgundy brown number, circa 1978.

    January 16th, 2005

  • I want my old comics back, just for a little while, out of the hands of the pimpy teenagers and McDonald's employees who live with their parents.

    A Rant From An Old Guy , Or Wow That Ran Long

  • Ah but Edward Maximus is no sneak, he does not need a bunch of pimpy young sociopathic brats in the media to tell him he is wonderful.

    The Chimes at Midnight

  • There is an overlap with the pimpy end of the hip-hop monde.

    Queer Eye, My Eye! Cast Harasses Hairy Heteros

  • It was pretty pimpy,' he grins through a cloud of cigarette smoke.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Here's a somewhat pimpy description of the game from co-publisher Alderac

    Boardgame News

  • Rebecca Creskoff (Lenore): "Tanya tries to use some of his more street smart pimpy moves," including a plan to get Ray to sex it up with another dude!

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • Do you realize how many pimpy-faced guitarslingers populate the hollow halls of suburbia?

    Roissy in DC

  • Down this hallway is this really funky pimpy section where it is metallic orange and hollowed out like you are walking through a basketball or something.

    Pounding The Rock

  • Frankly, I have been seeing some really pimpy and ho-ey looking stuff going on around the corner of Rampart and Canal, Elks & Canal, Loyola & Common, etc., for MONTHS now, when I am down there in the afternoons -- in broad daylight.

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