adj.

Anything that is percieved as "upscale" from a blue-collar point of view. 'Bougie' (pronounced boo'-she) is a hacked truncation of the word Bourgeoisie, which refers to the middle-class in Europe, but refers to a more affluent class level in the United States.

From Wikipedia.org:
In the United States, which lacks strict social classes, Bourgeoisie is sometimes used to refer to those seen as being upper class.
You can sit there and drink your bougie-ass microbrewed beer, but I still prefer my ice cold Coors original.

Did ya see Luthur just roll up in his bougie new BMW?

You can eat your bougie $25.99 salad from Central Market for lunch, but I'm hangin' with Mikky D's!
автор: Adam Dolch & Steve Stricklan 22 марта 2007
(BOO-GEE) short for bourgeois (french origin meaning snotty sefl-contented middle and upper middle class), anyone pretentious and trying too hard to be classy.

Includes all super-enlightened anarchists, Birkenstock-wearers, Abercrombie and Fitch addicts, and assholes who add random French phrases into their everyday conversation.
Example-

Frank:Hey man watcha doing later?

Walton III:Hmmm. Je ne sais pas. Peut-etre I will drink white wine out of a crystal glass embossed with my family crest and contemplate how lucky I am to have my secondary education. I will then watch an opera. In Italian.

Frank: Sonnnnnn. You're so fuckin' BOUGIE. Later.
автор: thodebadmash 30 июня 2010
From the French "bougie" for candle. A long, thin, metal rod that is inserted into the urethra of the penis for sexual stimulation of the prostate.

(as is confirmed by the dictionary definition from Merriam-Webster)
"Are you guys talking about using a bougie? Well, when I was at Williams, we used to call 'em bouzshers!"

"I wandered into the sex shop, and there, this woman set me aside to explain to me how to use a bougie. And then I turned around and noticed my mom, who had been staring at me the whole time."
автор: thankshater 8 апреля 2012
Adjective used to describe the extravagant and snobbish characteristics of those in the upper class or those aspiring to be part of the upper class gliteratti who consume $750 dinners and scoff at the idea of spending less than $50 on a meal.
Can you believe that Moni? While I'm grubbin on my Popeye's chicken and doin that Dougie dance, she's eating $750 dinners for 2 people. She's become so bougie and I just don't feel comfortable sitting my middle class ass in the same room as her anymore.
автор: MOCH! 9 марта 2010
Being so out of date, out of fashion, or an outsider of a group of people.
Girl: OMG look, he's the only one without braces.
Boy: Dang, he's so bougie.

or

Boy: Wow, she's wearing Pink when it's not a Wednesday?
Girl: OMG thats too bougie. This is unexcusable.
автор: Madam Kelly 11 февраля 2013
not ghetto; knows the finer things; not always negative
I like first-class tickets and will pay for the best service, my friends say I'm bougie...I say I'm particular
автор: BougieCleo 7 августа 2004
bougie means middle-class and mediocre
as opposed to aristocrats (higher class and edgy) or tragic hipsters that are very afraid of being called bougie
little dinners with friends? you're so bougie!
автор: calledabougiebyhipsters 17 сентября 2005
i suppose its a nickname for the middle class/ upper middle class....however for all you retards: NOT THE UPPER CLASS, they are historically referred to as either "those peckerheads over there" or ARISTOCRATS.
look at the bougie, he doesnt own a fortune 500 but he makes more than my poor ass<---however he also likes to stick it to those aristocratic peckerheads. goodman goodman
автор: Stardusted 12 июля 2005

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