noun, plural fop·per·ies.
Origin of foppery
Examples from the Web for fopperies
Its fopperies come down not only as inside passengers, but in the very basket.She Stoops to Conquer|Oliver Goldsmith
They have obtained more liberty since, and can dispense with these "fopperies."The Town|Leigh Hunt
The unities of time and place he calls "fopperies," though time and place, he admits, are not to be lightly changed.Sir Walter Scott as a Critic of Literature|Margaret Ball
The unities of time and place have always appeared to me fopperies, as far as they require close observance of the French rules.Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 6|John Gibson Lockhart
George Osborne lying yonder, all his fopperies ended, with a bullet through his heart?Old Man Savarin and Other Stories|Edward William Thomson