noun, plural fop·per·ies.
Origin of foppery
Examples from the Web for foppery
Theron looked at his interrogator with a frown of disdain for his foppery.The Proud Prince|Justin Huntly McCarthy
In seeking to avoid slovenliness readers often fall into foppery.The Quiver, 11/1899|Anonymous
My master was an elderly beau; and I gave myself no care that he had spent his money—the money of the expedition—on foppery.Lazarre|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Besides, a man who has no foppery at twenty will be a slatternly, dirty-collar, unbrushed-coat man at forty.Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow|Jerome K. Jerome
The dress of the young man was in correspondence with the foppery exhibited in the perfumed locks and eye-glass.The Maroon|Mayne Reid