Hay was the foppish “smiling emissary” whose conversational skills could make petitioners forget they came to see the president.
Once he got his foppish foot in the door, he celebrated by unleashing the full majesty of his pent-up fashion exhibitionism.
Or that “macaronis” were foppish, sexually ambiguous males in the 1760s and 1770s?
Though not foppish, he was scrupulous to a degree about his dress.
There isn't one I don't despise for his sickening, foppish, womanish airs.
Apart from this, Rip's name and how they had deigned to associate that foppish hound with "Rip," remained a mystery.
He was fair and foppish, very stout, and as heavy in mind as in body.
Harry Garland, the idle, foppish youth, became a ruined spendthrift.
He had no illusions as to the source of this foppish prompting.
That foppish gentleman no longer showed the dejection of the day before, his dark eyes were bright and full of confidence.