Teddy-boy



noun, (often lowercase) Informal.
1.
a rebellious British youth who, in the 1950s and early 1960s, affected the dress of the reign of Edward VII.
noun
1.
(in Britain, esp in the mid-1950s) one of a cult of youths who wore mock Edwardian fashions, such as tight narrow trousers, pointed shoes, and long sideboards Often shortened to ted
2.
any tough or delinquent youth

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