(1) He's the Premiership's favourite boo-boy; a lightning rod for trouble and a preening fop who revels in his rep as the man they love to hate.(2) He is a silly and superficial man, a fop or coxcomb.(3) To the foolish fop who dared to defend my honor at Maud's, let it be known that I am a proud crank, a consummate dunce, and run such a fever that neither a team of doctors nor infinite cases of quinine can stop me from babbling like a raving loon.(4) The act made him appear too much a fop for Emma's liking.(5) This doesn't mean you ignore it or paper-it-over or become an agreeable fop - or worse, live everything at the whim of your child.(6) Small, slender and neat in jeans and a polo shirt, the suited dandy seems to have been washed away by the rain, though his floppy hair still has something of the fop about it.(7) Unfolded is the tame story of Reginald, a fop , who wants only Patience, the village milkmaid.(8) When we met I thought Sam was a ridiculous fop and he considered me an unsophisticated oaf.(9) It's like saying that no Scots actor can do a Wilde, or a Coward, or a Restoration fop .(10) Second, any man so concerned and fussy about the details of a tooth-pick case is definitely a fop , a dandy.(11) Terrific, now you look like a fop and folks won't have high expectations of you today.(12) He is foppish and vain (he writes a very flattering line in autobiographies) - but also dashed fanciable.(13) Despite what you may have heard, dandyism is the antithesis of foppishness .(14) They are wonderfully ebullient and foppish monuments dating from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, with domes swelling out of all proportion to the base, each like a watermelon attempting to balance on a fig.(15) They weren't the pot-bellied kind, more the underwear-model kind; tanned, perspiring, incongruously foppish hair, stubbled, one of them hanging off the end of a smoke, in dark blue cargo pants, boots, tool belts and nothing else.(16) A short, rather foppishly dressed fellow emerged from the group of sailors on board the Soaring Swan, the merchant vessel.