pimpish

pimpish

slang Having the flamboyant appearance or manner of a stereotypical pimp. Primarily heard in US. I'm sorry, but with all the leopard print and sparkly bangles, you honestly look a little pimpish.

pimpish

(ˈpɪmpɪʃ)
mod. flamboyant in dress and manner, as with a pimp. (Use caution with pimp and the topic.) Take the feathers off it, and it won’t look quite so pimpish.
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If Guillaume, a pandering, pimpish mouthpiece for commercialism, is one of the few characters to lose out in the narrative of Les Demoiselles, it is because he refuses to see art as anything other than commodification and objectification, or Delphine herself as anything other than a potential "star" to be whored out and worshiped.
By far, the most surreal moment of the entire interview was when I asked about his pimpish mannerisms and flamboyant clothes.
Mathias Dingman wrings maximum show-stealing return from his role as the Prince's pimpish sidekick while his two good-time girls, Angela Paul and Laetitia Lo Sardo, provide a welcome lift to the languorous pace of the opening act.
and petting the cat because you're a stooge for her pimpish ways,
Maybe it would take seriously the late Aaliyah's love affair with Korn and her subsequent deviation away from the pimpish R.
A similar scene plays out in "American Gangster." When Frank spots his brother, one of his drug lieutenants, sporting a flashy, pimpish outfit, Frank insists he dress down to deflect attention.
Clair Nicholson, dressed in a pimpish white suit) wandered on stage before Act II, before people were settled in their seats.
The ghosts of the title are the Westerners they meet, who almost universally exploit them, from their pimpish landlord (Shaun Gallagher) and the staff at an employment agency, to those who employ them as cheap labor.