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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
potty (adjective)
1.
British - trivial insignificant
2.
chiefly British slightly crazy
3.
- snobbish
potty (noun)
1.
a small child's pot for urination or defecation , also - potty-chair
2.
- toilet bathroom
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
potty (adjective)
being or characteristic of a person who has an offensive air of superiority and tends to ignore or disdain anyone regarded as inferior
SYNONIMS:
aristocratic, elitist, high-hat, persnickety, potty, ritzy, snobby, snooty, snotty, toffee-nosed
RELATED WORDS:
aloof, arrogant, bumptious, haughty, high-and-mighty, highfalutin ( hifalutin), high-handed, hoity-toity, huffish, huffy, imperious, lordly, overweening, peremptory, pompous, presumptuous, pretentious, supercilious, superior, toplofty ( topliftical), uppity; biggety ( biggity) [], bigheaded, egoistic ( egoistical), egotistic ( egotistical), prideful, self-conceited, self-important, self-satisfied, smug, stuck-up, swelled-headed, swellheaded
NEAR ANTONYMS:
democratic, egalitarian; egoless, humble, modest, unpretentious; antielitist, antisnob
potty (noun)
a room furnished with a fixture for flushing body waste
SYNONIMS:
bath, bathroom, bog, can, cloakroom, comfort station, convenience, head, john, latrine, lavatory, loo, potty, restroom, washroom, water closet
RELATED WORDS:
commode, pan [], pot; garderobe, jakes, outhouse, privy; half bath, powder room; ladies [], ladies' room, men's room
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