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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Commenting on McDonell's appointment, Chip Poncy, the former head of the US delegation to FATF says, "Throughout Rick's prestigious career in combating financial crime, he has earned a truly global reputation as a pioneer in the expanding AML/CFT and financial integrity mission.
6 The name Salon Prive Concours has always put me off because it sounds so poncy a bloke wearing old jeans and a T-shirt might not be let in.
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.
Your nutty neighbour might clearly be walking the same distance, speed and route that they do every morning to work - but shove on some Lycra & trainers and that magical bottle of poncy mineral water and - hey presto - an every day task is transformed into an Olympic event
I tend not to lay my apples out in any poncy, pretty fashion so I don't really care if they move around.
Bordering on formulaic - it's just a dark chocolate egg with a poncy choc bar underneath, but rescues itself by being 70% cocoa solids, which means it's seriously good dark chocolate.
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
After that, it's a comedy and if you want to be really poncy about it, it's got a campaigning message for real mums everywhere about being "good enough" at parenthood rather than submitting to the ideal shoved down our throats of being perfect.
YOU HATE: Poncy restaurants, smarmy waiters and mini portions of food on huge plates.