Definition of stuck-up in English:

stuck-up

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adjective

informal
Staying aloof from others because one thinks one is superior: ‘Stuck-up snob,’ Grandpa used to whisper she liked to prove she wasn’t stuck-up
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  • She looked haughty and stuck-up, her face disdainful as she looked down at me.
  • And with the stuck-up snobs corralled up on the third floor landing, I skipped my way down the stairs, almost singing to myself.
  • She was considered by most to be a quiet, stuck-up snob.
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