If you weren't so uppish at times, there would now be less of a set against you.'
We were not so uppish about what sort of hotel we would have, next time we went to Datchet.
He is a guest here with us and I can see no sense in your being so uppish.
How could he be humble to that uppish, vainglorious tune, that toreador pomposity?
The Crawfords were considered very uppity people and their slaves were uppish too.
There was nothing in that for a man to get uppish about, but he turned and actually glared at me.
There are some who might express the opinion that he should not have done so, that it displayed an uppish spirit.
She did not say it rudely, or I should have been uppish at once.
The captain seemed real hurt at having been captured, and was inclined to be uppish and distant.
Herbert foresaw that Eustace was likely to be uppish and cheeky, and would want keeping in his place.