A man who is preoccupied with and often vain about his clothes and manners; a dandy.(noun)
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Use "fop" in a sentence
"At eight-and-twenty, Caesar, who not thirty years later was to die master of Rome, was chiefly known as a fop and a spendthrift."
"After unzipping the download, you will have a file name fop-0. 95 (the latest version as of November 4, 2008)."
"The style takes a while to get adjusted to since the novel starts on a very light note despite its grim underlying events, Portier being a very self-deprecating and wry narrator, while his two companions in the investigation, Chevalier Ilario and sorcerer Dante start as the overdone cliches of "fop" and "brilliant but moody outsider sorcerer"."