Chicago-style

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Adjective[edit]

Chicago-style (comparative more Chicago-style, superlative most Chicago-style)

  1. Corrupt and hardhanded, with patronage and nepotism, ostentatious, grandiose.
  2. (of politics) Highly corrupt, heavyhanded, authoritarian, and involving patronage and nepotistic leadership and organization.
  3. (of a hot dog) see Chicago-style hot dog.
  4. (of pizza) With a high, buttery crust (i.e. deep dish) and copious amounts of cheese and chunky tomatoes.