princess disease n. said of a woman, one or more characteristics ascribed to a princess, such as having a high opinion of one’s self, imperious or haughty behavior, eating disorders, or, in South Korea, a desire for wealth, material goods, or a financially secure marriage. Editorial Note: This term is often jocular or derogatory, and is reminiscent of Jewish American princess. The term prince disease is also sometimes used, but it is less common. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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