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poncey

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Pronunciation: /ˈpɒnsi
 
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(also poncy)

Definition of poncey in English:

adjective (poncier, ponciest)

British informal
Pretentious or affected: a poncey wine bar
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  • I hate the term auteur - it sounds so poncy and pretentious - but for Ramsay, the title fits.
  • Just then, one of Roger's posh mates, some poncy Lord dude or other who had spent years on the African savannah saunters past…
  • Now I really like poncey, pretentious bars but this place is a step too far.

Words that rhyme with poncey

sonsy

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