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adjective Referring to someone or something associated with, or aspiring to be associated with, the upper (socioeconomic) class in the UK.
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It is situated in one of Merseyside's poshest areas, well-served by local shops and schools.
RICH, RUSSIAN AND LIVING IN LONDON BBC2 9pm The capital of England has the highest number of multi-millionaires in the world, and many of them are Russian oligarchs who have set up home in the poshest postcodes.
Boffins from the University of Birmingham used a high-tech 3D printer to create a festive souvenir ready for the poshest Christmas trees.
LADIES donned their poshest frocks and hats in aid of a children's charity.
A GOTHIC-STYLE lodge dubbed "Wales' poshest council house" is to go under the auctioneer's hammer after attracting a high level of interest from would-be buyers.
London, June 13 (ANI): Harry Potter creator JK Rowling is planning to raise a security complex and install kennels outside the main house building of her new home in one of Edinburgh's poshest suburbs, according to her neighbours.
And locals gaped in amazement as she wandered through the heart of Zurich in Switzerland, stopping for a dip in a lake before heading for the city's poshest shopping street.
REGULARS at one of Glasgow's poshest pubs have been putting their drinks on the slab after finding out the bar top is an old mortuary table.
ANNUAL household income in London's poshest postcodes has broken through the pounds 100,000 barrier for the first time, new figures showed yesterday.
The average asking price for a home in London's poshest postcodes will soon hit the pounds 1 million mark, figures suggested yesterday.
The study showed the poshest names are Felicity, Katherine, Philippa, Penelope and Elisabeth.
Last month, while shopping for clothes in Los Angeles, Jem overheard ``two of the poshest girls ever'' yakking it up about ``The O.