yappie


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yappie

(ˈjæpɪ)
n
informal US a young, aspiring, upwardly mobile professional couple usually with no children
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Well past middle age, he collaborated with protege and Audio Associates founder Greg Robertson on a recording project at his home, only to have a "small yappie" dog next door disturb them with constant barking.
proprietor Beth Ealing throws wide the door for Yappie Hour (wine for human companions is available at Cafe Amici next door).