adjective, wasp·i·er, wasp·i·est.
Origin of waspy
adjective, Wasp·i·er, Wasp·i·est.
Origin of Waspy
Related Words for waspygrouchy, grumpy, crusty, ornery, cantankerous, acrimonious, angry, bad-tempered, captious, carping, childish, churlish, complaining, cranky, critical, cross, crotchety, fault-finding, fractious, fretful
Examples from the Web for waspy
Contemporary Examples of waspy
He fears showing the WASPy Allison the side of him changed by Kalaj, and, similarly, fears judgment by Kalaj.This Week’s Hot Reads: April 8, 2013
G. Clay Whittaker
April 9, 2013
“Initially the role was this Beverly Hills WASPy type, but [creator Doug Ellin] wanted whatever essence I had,” said Chriqui.Life After ‘Entourage’
August 18, 2011
But in Massachusetts, they're worried a WASPy wonk running for governor could score another GOP upset.The Next Scott Brown?
Samuel P. Jacobs
March 28, 2010
It has been, for Dobbs, a Kafka-like metamorphosis from WASPy establishmentarian to angry-populist cockroach.What Happened to the Real Lou?
August 5, 2009
There is that Waspy, American male, keeping-it-all-under-wraps sort of thing that corners both characters.Adam Scott: Life of the Party
Miriam Datskovsky, Kara Cutruzzula
March 20, 2009
Historical Examples of waspy
Good quarters—well ribbed up—not like one of the waspy greyhounds they call thoroughbred horses now-a-days.
She had none of your Chinese feet, nor waspy, unhealthy waists, which those may admire who will.The Fitz-Boodle Papers
William Makepeace Thackeray
At others they are vividly white; to a certain extent this banded condition recalls the waspy coloration.Wild Bees, Wasps and Ants
If mother and dad ever have to go to London for anything, then I might—that is, if Waspy isn't here.Hunter's Marjory
Margaret Bruce Clarke