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stroppy

adjective strop·py \ˈsträ-pē\

: easily annoyed and difficult to deal with

Full Definition of STROPPY

British

Examples of STROPPY

  1. There's no need to get stroppy with me.

Origin of STROPPY

perhaps by shortening & alteration from obstreperous
First Known Use: 1951

Rhymes with STROPPY

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