Failing that, we were labeled "coincées," stuck-up prudes who didn't understand men and didn't know how to have fun.
Fenmarket pronounced her ‘stuck-up,’ and having thus labelled her, considered it had exhausted her.
"The whole Howard lot's a stuck-up set," muttered the farmer.
But stop, good people; we love trees, but we do not care so much for straight lines of stuck-up besoms.
I'm talkin' about that stuck-up, thievin' hypocrite of a Charlie Phillips, that's who I'm talkin' about.
There were cheery responses to Bindle's remarks, and sotto voce references to Mrs. Bindle as "a stuck-up cat."
We fellers are only havin' a little fun with 'em for bein' so stuck-up and hoggish.
If that is all that they can pride themselves upon, then I am, indeed, truly sorry for these stuck-up aristocrats.
I think he's kind of stuck-up, if you want to know, and if he is, he'll get took down in a hurry.
She is a town girl, stuck-up, spends a lot of money on her clothes, and would have been no wife for Jim.
To display one's virtuosity, esp in a saucy, provocative way
[1926+ Black; fr dances featuring a strut like the turkey cock's, popular from around 1900]