medallion man

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medallion man

A man who dresses in a flashy way, usually with his shirt open to expose his chest and (often gold) jewelry. Primarily heard in UK. Once the medallion man arrived at the party, all of the women decided to leave. My husband used to be a medallion man, but thankfully his style has gotten more conservative over the years.
See also: man
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Hollywood's leading ladies have always flaunted their diamonds and, in the Seventies, medallion men paraded in oversized gold pendants while wannabe Del Boys and gangsters flashed chunky bracelets and sovereign rings.
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