poncy

Related to poncy: poncey
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poncy

[ˈpɒnsi] ADJ (Brit) → cursi

poncy

adj (+er) (Brit inf)
(= flashy)eingebildet
(pej: = homosexual) → schwul (inf); (= affected) walk, actortuntig (inf)
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Cooking has become very poncy, very chefy - if I get one more plate put in front of me with six dots of sauce on it, I will go mad Cookery expert Delia Smith Whenever I see a spider at home, I get my sister to move it.
Poncy also led the US delegation to FATF from 2010 to 2013.
FIN's work with the NAMLC will also be supported by its Chairman Juan Zarate " who served as the Deputy Assistant to the President and the Deputy National Security Advisor for Combating Terrorism from 2005-2009, and the first-ever Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Terrorists Financing and Financial Crimes after 9/11 " and Chip Poncy, who served as the inaugural Director of Strategic Policy in the US Department of the Treasury's Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes from 2016 to 2013.
I WAS one of those poncy metropolitan liberals who Theresa May now sneers at.
But then I am northern and know nowt about poncy stuff.
Third wave coffee is on the back burner and second-and-a-half wave is all in-all the punch and caffeine of third wave without the poncy pretentiousness and the hipster beards.
Ah, said this poncy little French lobby twit, Karen from the kitchen, you want to meet her?
Chip Poncy, co-founder of the Financial Integrity Network in the U.
RELYANT's President John Poncy, a former US Army Airborne Ranger and Infantry Officer, believes that this kind of tough and daunting opportunity is where RELYANT goes the extra mile to differentiate itself from its competition.
I tend not to lay my apples out in any poncy, pretty fashion so I don't really care if they move around.
It was a common saying from the RAF NCOs to those of us who were not of sufficient rank to be included amongst them (and I apologise for the use of the correct saying): "I'm no poncy officer, I work for a living
Minister Rajab is tired of the sanctimonious Al Wefaq Islamic Society that dance to the beat of a different and distant drum, sends their poncy men overseas claiming they want to engage in negotiations, yet at home show their duplicity and do nothing of the sort.