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  • noun Plural form of yuppie.

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Examples

  • The second group of tenants consists of what I call the yuppies: younger professional people — stockbrokers and journalists and attorneys.

    Big Deal: How I Do It My Way

  • Crack culture made the inner city a perfect setting for crime dramas, while there was a general acknowledgment that black yuppies aka buppies were a market worth tapping.

    Nelson George: Black Hollywood: 1991 vs. 2011

  • Crack culture made the inner city a perfect setting for crime dramas, while there was a general acknowledgment that black yuppies aka buppies were a market worth tapping.

    Nelson George: Black Hollywood: 1991 vs. 2011

  • Crack culture made the inner city a perfect setting for crime dramas, while there was a general acknowledgment that black yuppies aka buppies were a market worth tapping.

    Nelson George: Black Hollywood: 1991 vs. 2011

  • Crack culture made the inner city a perfect setting for crime dramas, while there was a general acknowledgment that black yuppies aka buppies were a market worth tapping.

    Nelson George: Black Hollywood: 1991 vs. 2011

  • Though it mostly consisted of what one would have called yuppies in another time...

    SF Connect 2: We're Doers Not Critics

  • Though it mostly consisted of what one would have called yuppies in another time...

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  • Besides OFWs, the profile of homebuyers is diversifying to include the so-called yuppies who are employed in fast-moving technology companies as well as international finance firms, not to mention the moneyed individuals-both native as well as foreign-who have learned to invest their surplus capital in real estate.

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  • Besides OFWs, the profile of homebuyers is diversifying to include the so-called yuppies who are employed in fast-moving technology companies as well as international finance firms, not to mention the moneyed individuals-both native as well as foreign-who have learned to invest their surplus capital in real estate.

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  • Imagine a 50-foot-tall pair of what we once called yuppies, stepping forward in the familiar manner of the lawn jockey (an ante-bellum lawn ornament that sensitive rich people began replacing in the late 1980s with concrete geese).

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