Definition of blimpery in English:

blimpery

noun

British
  • An attitude or outlook that pompously and peremptorily rejects social change, new ideas, etc., in the manner of Colonel Blimp; behaviour or speech expressive of this outlook; blimpishness.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in The Times. From the name of Colonel Blimp + -ery.

Pronunciation

blimpery

/ˈblɪmp(ə)ri/