Definition of douchey in English:

douchey

Line breaks: dou|chey
Pronunciation: /ˈduːʃi
 
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(also douchy)

adjective (douchier, douchiest)

informal , chiefly North American
(Typically of a man or his behaviour) obnoxious or contemptible: she has a history of dating douchey men he later apologized for his douchey remarks
More example sentences
  • Patty's stock dropped in my eyes because here she was with this little douchy guy.
  • He takes off and from that point on adopts the moronic and douchey tactic of picking up trampy girls in bars using his old wedding ring.
  • It tells the bizarre tale of a maladjusted kid named Timmy, a kid whose douchey father is a programmer working on a government-owned computer containing all human knowledge (or something like that).

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