Definition of a preppy
- adjective describing a person of the 'popular' group, such as Britney Spears.
She is such a preppie.
Last edited on Apr 12 2002. Submitted by Bailey M. from Houston, TX, USA
on Apr 12 2002.
- clean cut: tucked in Abercrombie shirt with khaki pants and brown dress shoes. Usually people who are preppy are called "preps."
John looked very preppy today.
Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Lauren from Richardson, TX, USA
on Jan 04 2003.
- the popular group of kids at school.
Last edited on Aug 19 2005. Submitted by Natalie S. from WI, USA
on Aug 19 2005.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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