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stush Line breaks: stush

Entry from British & World English dictionary

(also stoosh)

Definition of stush in English:

adjective

informal
Smart, wealthy, or snobbish: the stush journalists in attendance failed to understand the ghetto humour
More example sentences
  • Sounds stush and self-indulgent, but it really isn't.
  • I can't help it, every time I get approached now I'm really off-key and give off the impression that I'm stush or something.
  • We're aware that the fans adore him, but what about the notoriously stush English clubbers?

Origin

1980s (originally in West Indian English): perhaps a corruption of ostentatious.

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