Adjective "frumpy" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈfrʌmpi/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of a woman or her clothes) dowdy and old-fashioned.
  1. 'frumpy, shapeless dresses'
  2. 'Television pundits lambasted her image as a frumpy housewife who delivered dull speeches while clad in dowdy grey or brown suits.'
  3. 'Well she's cute, as ever, and it's nice to see so many women over the age of 30 continuing to play the love interest these days instead of being relegated to the frumpy mom roles.'

Definitions

1. frumpish.

More examples(as adjective)

"soviets can be frumpy."

"people can be frumpy."

"housewives can be frumpy."

"wardrobes can be frumpy."

"underwears can be frumpy."

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