- n.Pretentious new; Arrogant novice
- v.(Cause to) suddenly jump up [out]; (Cause to) outbreaks
- adj.An outbreak of
- WebThe nouveau riche; The new rich; Stuffed shirt
This page is created to explain what the meaning of upstart is. Here, you can find complete definitions of upstart in English and other 40 languages. First of all, you can listen to the pronunciations of upstart in American English and British English by clicking the audio icons. Next, we list the most popular web definitions of upstart. Though they may not be accurate, but represent the most up-to-date explanations in the Internet age. Furthermore, we list other words that have the same meanings as upstart. In addition to synonyms, major antonyms for upstart are also listed. For detailed word list, you can click tabs to switch between synonyms and antonyms. More importantly, you will see the tab of 'Definitions in English' where the DigoPaul.com dictionary provides the accurate meanings of upstart. Thirdly, we list other word forms of upstart: noun, adjective, verb, and adverb. Fourth, we are giving example sentences that contain upstart. These sentences show how you can use the English word of upstart in a real sentence. Fifth, to help you better understand the definitions of upstart, we also present three images to illustrate what upstart really means. Finally, we are listing English words that start with upstart, English words that contain upstart, and English words that end with upstart.