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Definition of "arty-farty" []

  • Self-important or self-indulgent, especially when describing an artistic project. (adjective)

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Use "arty-farty" in a sentence
  • "Oh, and we may also need to take into account those arty-farty designers using Macs."
  • "In the old Soviet days, the Samizdat used to talk of ‘kitsch’ (not the arty-farty kind), a sort of gloying jelly you had to fumble with in dealing, day-to-day with the vile nomenclature foisting its mix of ludicrous ideology, lying targets and statistics, propaganda and vicious impersonal control on all and sundry."
  • "The ones they're keeping are the ones that benefit business, while cutting the arty-farty ones that cost very little and arguably earn money."