Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Like a pimp; vile: infamous; mean.

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Examples

  • The video above shows off his moves, which are strangely very pimp-like.

    MIT Labs TOFU robot is a furry dancing machine - SlipperyBrick.com

  • There was a strange pimp-like character with glowing red dots instead of eyes showing under his broad-brimmed hat, distributing cocaine to the musicians, and spiking the water cooler with LSD.

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  • He has pimp-like charisma, and I mean that in a good way.

    What's really bugging the Hillary doubters.

  • The (overall) self-serving, greedy, pandering pimp-like leadership it displays is replaced by [collective] leadership that genuinely has the entire continent's future survival at heart

    Guardian Online

  • The property, off Harley Street, was the home of Stephen Ward, the society osteopath and self-styled MI5 agent, who had become a pimp-like mentor to the soon-to-be-notorious Christine

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  • The wildness of Tracy Ullman's hair was resolute, while Johnny Knoxville's pimp-like Ray-Ray character came across bright and bold, as you might expect from such a snappy dresser.

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  • Peña's character, Dennis, carries a suave pimp-like attitude, complemented with a lisp, and a hoard of drugs in a different role for the actor who is known for dramatic performances like

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  • A woman whom Simone de Beauvoir claimed could tempt a saint, it's not surprising that Bardot, with the assistance of her ex husband Vadim, the pimp-like svengali he's unfairly purported to be by some (I bless the lord for him -- no Vadim, perhaps no BB and no

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