Definitions

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  • adj. Like a pimp.

Etymologies

pimp +‎ -ish (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The pimpish name could have been a hammerstroke to end a story.

    Beard

  •         From the next booth floated a pimpish, lisping voice.

    MYTHO-THERAPY ON THE BLINK

  • From the next booth floated a pimpish, lisping voice.

    MYTHO-THERAPY ON THE BLINK

  • A lurch made all the more disastrous since the appointment of a pimpish US government mouthpiece, Simon Tisdall, as its deputy editor.

    The Guardian: An Unlimited Conduit for USUK's War Propaganda

  • But at least Snake offset his by adding a pimpish hat.

    Shameless self-promotion: New Cracked article!

  • I read that Don King used his pimpish ways to become one of the biggest players in the boxing world.

    Pimpology

  • Now, I should be confidente only, a thing to whisper sins into without the burden of payment; how commercial, nay pimpish, it sounds: but was this not the deal?

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • He meets the Chief who is wearing a different, slightly less pimpish hat, sort of like what a cabbie might wear and asks for help examining Mother Grey.

    grey’s anatomy recap report : losing control (season 2, episode 3) | Seattle Metblogs

  • In no time I knew who was in the room: Gough, and Sale, and a pimpish affected lisp which could belong only to the German princeling, the pulpit growl of old Gravedigger Havelock (who'd ha 'thought that he'd frequent pool-rooms?), and the high, arrogant Scotch burr that announced the presence of my old Afghan chum George Broadfoot, now exalted as Agent for the North-West Frontier. 11 He was in full complaint, as usual:

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

  • Her pimpish husband must have beaten a lot of sense out of her.

    Hard Rain

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