Examples of fop in a Sentence
he's such a fop that he drives nearly 50 miles just to get his hair cut by Monsieur Louis
Recent Examples of fop from the Web
The foolish fop (Casey Hoekstra) taking him on insults Cyrano’s plain appearance.
FOP president John McNesby said his union’s members raised questions about Krasner’s opposition to the death penalty and to state legislation that would delay the release of the names of police officers involved in shootings.
This story of bumbling boors, chiseling social climbers, and simpering fops gallivanting and scheming around the London countryside is crisply performed by a uniformly excellent cast.
That would apply to provisions in the FOP contract, which has been heavily criticized in the 18 months since Emanuel was forced by court order to release the McDonald video.
The brothers support the FOP's dream to create a permanent memorial.
This 1836 work — in which a witless fop is assumed to be a powerful state functionary by corrupt politicians in the provinces — infuses scathing satire with giddy surrealism.
Rory O’Malley is a hoot and a half as the megalomaniacal monarch of the piece, delivering a tour-de-fop as King George.
For now, Floyd blogs about her condition, gives talks to raise awareness for FOP and snuggles with her cat, Prancer.
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Origin and Etymology of fop
Middle English; akin to Middle English fobben to deceive, Middle High German voppen
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of fop
FOP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fop for English Language Learners
: a man who cares too much about how he looks or dresses
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