stroppy

adjective strop·py \ ˈsträ-pē \

Definition of stroppy

British

Examples of stroppy in a Sentence

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

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Origin and Etymology of stroppy

perhaps by shortening & alteration from obstreperous


STROPPY Defined for English Language Learners

stroppy

adjective

Definition of stroppy for English Language Learners

  • : easily annoyed and difficult to deal with


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