Yuppiedom - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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yuppie and yuppy (ˈjəpi)
1. n. a young urban professional. The yuppies are getting a lot of flack these days.
2. mod. having to do with yuppies. I don’t want to drive one of those yuppie cars.
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With the articles and with all the gallery owners coming through all the time, there's a feeling to many of the students that it's getting to be like yuppiedom
is awash with champers, marble loos and Porsches.
I am trying to figure out who has angered Maureen Dowd (`` `Seinfeld' cast mirrors bane of yuppiedom
,'' Opinions, May 20).
And on The Celtic Tiger, Dempsey rips - or rather raps - into the greed and yuppiedom
of Nineties Ireland.
It was that 1987 Top 40 album Journey To The Urge Within that briefly broke Pine to a mainstream coffee table audience, when jazz made a pact with yuppiedom
, becoming a prized lifestyle accessory.
He accused it of fostering a culture of greed which mirrored the days of 80s yuppiedom