adjective big·ge·ty \ˈbi-gə-tē\

Definition of BIGGETY

Southern & Midland :  conceited, vain
Southern & Midland :  rudely self-important :  impudent <never acted biggety in court, but she would bow her head only so low — Claude Brown>

Variants of BIGGETY

big·ge·ty or big·gi·ty \ˈbi-gə-tē\

Examples of BIGGETY

  1. <he's gotten biggety since he got promoted to director of sales>

Origin of BIGGETY

big + -ety (as in persnickety)
First Known Use: 1880


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