Definition of couply in English:

couply

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Pronunciation: /ˈkʌpli
 
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(also coupley)

adjective

informal , often • derogatory
  • Relating to or characteristic of a couple in a romantic or sexual relationship, especially when the relationship is regarded as particularly intimate or socially exclusive: they’re out in the country having a lovely boozy time with other couply friends
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    • I turned on my computer to find the entire internet littered with red roses and sloppy, coupley mush.
    • Sometimes, the whole couply thing just works and it's great.
    • Rushing for mass and microwave dinners before heading out to a pub in Waterloo for what was an enjoyable but rather couply evening.

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