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fratty

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Pronunciation: /ˈfrati
 
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Definition of fratty in English:

adjective

US informal
Characteristic of a student fraternity or its members (often with reference to rowdy behaviour): three fratty college boys fratty bars
More example sentences
  • The ski house turned out to be occupied by a bunch of fratty guys on a mountain biking trip.
  • A group of big and fratty boys approaches from the other end of the alley.
  • Regardless of the mayhem of drunk fratty kids, we ordered nachos.

Origin

late 19th century: from frat + -y1.

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