OTHER WORDS FROM waspywasp·i·ly, adverbwasp·i·ness, noun
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He fears showing the WASPy Allison the side of him changed by Kalaj, and, similarly, fears judgment by Kalaj.
“Initially the role was this Beverly Hills WASPy type, but [creator Doug Ellin] wanted whatever essence I had,” said Chriqui.
But in Massachusetts, they're worried a WASPy wonk running for governor could score another GOP upset.
It has been, for Dobbs, a Kafka-like metamorphosis from WASPy establishmentarian to angry-populist cockroach.
There is that Waspy, American male, keeping-it-all-under-wraps sort of thing that corners both characters.
She had none of your Chinese feet, nor waspy, unhealthy waists, which those may admire who will.The Fitz-Boodle Papers|William Makepeace Thackeray
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
At others they are vividly white; to a certain extent this banded condition recalls the waspy coloration.Wild Bees, Wasps and Ants|Edward Saunders
Good quarters—well ribbed up—not like one of the waspy greyhounds they call thoroughbred horses now-a-days.Sporting Society, Vol. I (of 2)|Various