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- n. A pimp.
- n. A posh or effeminate person.
- v. To act as a pimp.
- v. Hence, to try to get rid of or proactively sell something.
- v. To behave in a posh or effeminate manner.
- v. To borrow (something) from somebody without returning it.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The word "ponce" (which has now come to mean a pimp) and the adjective "poncey" (effeminate) also derive from "pansy".
As I predicted, a bunch of meat-headed Tory voters are shitting all over this documentary, calling the reporter a "ponce" and various other bits of liberal-bashing.www. arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/... t = 180. html
If an architect tries to express ideas, "you're a ponce, arrogant".
What part of “kiss my ass you nimby little ponce” was not understood?
She has no share points, and she is the only one who can get Dryden to actually write instead of just ponce about.
Surely today's 'magnificent' is a 1980s 'doing a good job', a 1960s 'not bad for a fat lad' and a 1930s 'stop showing off you bloody ponce'.
The rest of us might have carried on in our customary state of consumer-drone bliss, unaware of the possible benefits of French hegemony, were it not for a new advert by none other than renowned ponce and Francophile Wes Anderson.
The only exception to the dress code was that mooning ponce, (the “real”) Zonar.
(Alexander wears his kilt to the Games, and for mountain-climbing, but would never ponce around in lace, I fear.)
And before I get my coat, I take back everything I said about Alex Massie being an ivory-towered ponce.