Sunday & Southern Monthly ~ Issue 5

Posted on Mar 28, 2015

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Welcome Back to Sunday & Southern Monthly!


If you missed the previous installments, you’ll be interested in reading Issue 1 where I give a full definition of colloquial and a favorite example of one.  In Issue 2 you’ll find out what my youngest daughter does every morning.  In Issue 3 you’ll find out what trait I’ve been fighting.  In Issue 4 you’ll read about a quirky measurement.

Here in Sunday & Southern Monthly in an attempt to bring a little southern style, charm, grace, and humor to you once a month, I publish a colloquialism favored in the South ~ a southernism.

My oldest daughter recently turned 5.  She’s developed a stubborn streak a mile wide.  I’m tempted to tell her this when she tries my patience ~ 


Sunday & Southern Monthly - Issue 5 Colloquialism




Metaphorical Idiom / Adjective Phrase

  1. Conceited, with an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance

  2. Bossy, above station or position



Expanded Definition

Alludes to becoming so “swollen” with a conceit that one’s pants or boots no longer fit. [the late 1800s ] (Source)


Tune in next month {in a month of Sundays 😉 }   for the next installment of Sunday & Southern Monthly.  You’ll read all about another silly southern saying.

Thanks for reading!  Hurry on back now, ya hear?


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P.S.  Do you have any favorite sayings?


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