Definition of luvvie in English:

luvvie

Syllabification: luv·vie
Pronunciation: /ˈləvē
 
/
(also luvvy)

noun (plural luvvies)

British informal , often derogatory
An actor or actress, especially one who is particularly effusive or affected: everyone is singing his praises—from the luvvies at Cannes to various political figures in the US
More example sentences
  • If you're a fan of the theatre, don't mind luvvies being luvvies and enjoy an elongated version of a Sunday night period melodrama, with an abundance of tomfoolery, then this should tickle your fancy.
  • Of course, the on-stage luvvies and their well-heeled fans who populate the grand city centre theatres won't be going near the place.
  • He whispers the word ‘artist’ almost shamefully, with the accent of a theatrical luvvie.

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