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yuppie or yuppy (ˈjʌpɪ)
1.  an affluent young professional person
2.  typical of or reflecting the values characteristic of yuppies
[C20: from y(oung) u(rban) or up(wardly mobile) p(rofessional) + -ie]
yuppy or yuppy
[C20: from y(oung) u(rban) or up(wardly mobile) p(rofessional) + -ie]
'yuppiedom or yuppy

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