Definition of 'waspish'
Example sentences containing 'waspish'
She was intelligent, could be witty, if sometimes waspish, and always rated in the top five of the list of Most Popular Women of the Year.MURDER SONG (2001) GALILEE (2001)
Sister Agatha may be as waspish an Irishwoman as ever took the veil but she's an exceptionally good cook.PROSECUTOR (2001)
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