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posh

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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What percentage of Britain beats these names in the poshness stakes)
Despite intensive poshness training, she continued to crack jokes, cackle and be herself.
It was long assumed by those who've run it that its general aura of poshness and chicness would do the job, and that it's so good anyway that all you have to do is draw attention to its existence and racing will sell itself.
On a recent trip down Bond Street, Her Poshness, who has been lapping up the LA sunshine for the past few months and clearly forgotten what the weather is like back home, decided the best attire for shopping in the UK was a bum-skimming mini, bare legs, a flimsy cardigan and SVa-inch spiked Louboutin stilettos.
Britain's own uber-warrior of shopping, Her Royal Poshness, has been spotted pouncing on some heavily reduced treats at Bicester, as well as at its Spanish counterpart, Las Rozas village near Madrid.
With one track dance-pop and the other more r'n'b-ish, Her Poshness is hoping for a number one.
Jonathan claims there is no point in anyone worrying about the Queen's loss of poshness, since any bid to freeze accents in time is "as unlikely to succeed as King Canute's attempts to defeat the tides".
But, all in all, I've had much to be grateful for: wealth; looks; talent; women; an animal athleticism many sporting professionals would have killed for and, above all, an inherent poshness which has always elevated me above the common herd.
It read like a who's who of Lord Poshness, from Opulent Avenue, in the town of Sumptuousness.
Such open days involve a tour of the premises, the relative size of the party to which you are assigned being dependent on the relative poshness of the establishment.
Her hair is often hacked, almost punk style, into toothbrush tufts, her nose is cutely upturned and her mouth pronounces syllables with a gravel-toned poshness.