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preppy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: School
preppyprep‧py /ˈprepi/ adjective American English informal  SESpreppy clothes or styles are very neat, in a way that is typical of students who go to expensive private schools in the US
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preppyWhere Clinton is rugged and earthy, Gore is clean cut and preppy.He had a few one-week affairs with preppy college-students.The general effect resembled the mods of 1964/65 with their preppy look.Tothe-knee blazers are worn with V-neck sweaters and ties, creating a slightly dangerous, preppy look.Pasaret's friends describe him as being like a preppy nerd picking a fight in the toughest biker bar in town.
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