Definition of plebby in US English:

plebby

adjective

informal, derogatory
  • See pleb

    • ‘Of course, the latter mostly applies to general plebby members of the public, but sometimes it happens to wildly popular pop groups, too.’
    • ‘Eleven of the poor souls are to be discarded like crumpled tissue paper, the time-honoured public phone vote ensuring that one of their number is transported into the main house to meet their plebby new pals.’
    • ‘Well, okay, I'm still a plebby nobody, but a girl can dream.’
    • ‘I would have to study something plebby and lame.’
    • ‘Where Mummy and Daddy used to live in very posh West of London, they had some rather plebby next door neighbours.’

Pronunciation

plebby

/ˈplɛbi//ˈplebē/