(British informal) upstart
Describes a person who thinks or acts as if he/she is superior in some way that the speaker disagrees with. For instance, pretending to be of a higher class or having greater authority than he/she has in reality.
2007, Nov 27. Scott Murray, writing in Guardian Unlimited. Stuttgart 3-2 Rangers
The numerical value of jumped-up in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of jumped-up in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
When we heard the news, I jumped up, and I started screaming, i called (my fiancé) up and said: 'We need to get married now. Forget about Florida.'.
He was down but then he jumped up, like he was juiced up, and then he started swinging at the police and they were fighting him back. ... They shot him five times.
He was down, but then he jumped up, like he was juiced up, and then he started swinging at the police and they were fighting him back. ... They shot him five times.
Appearing confused, the dog jumped up and put his paws on top of the tail-gate. The truck sped away, leaving the dog behind the truck crossed over two lanes of traffic, and still the dog followed.
I was standing there in my full black leather outfit – boots, pants, jacket, and I was so hot and I said, ‘This is ridiculous, what are you doing?’ And he was getting very flustered and mad and he jumped up and ran out.
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