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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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Everyone knows that the bacha posh exist as an identity for girls cross-dressing as boys, but no one talks about it--it's like the Afghan version of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
The authorities concerned should take note of the water wastage in posh sectors.
Posh by Courtney carries most if not all styles in sizes small through extra large, and the colors that are chosen represent not only what is hot and on trend but what tends to look best on all women in that particular style.
And midfielder Crofts almost won it late on with a header that hit the bar with Posh keeper Bobby Olejnik beaten again.
Posh boss Darren Ferguson said: "It was very satisfying and enjoyable to see my team play that way.
It wouldn't have mattered whether Kristina had played a total blinder with the last task, with her jangly earrings and the fake tan that so offended Katie, she just wasn't posh enough.
The goal earned him cult status at London Road - Posh went on to win promotion at Wembley - and Town players of that era still remember the agony.
A God as likely to be found in poor company,in a poor subway,in a poor area,as in posh company,in a posh cathedral,in some fine city.
A LEGAL row has broken out over the use of the name Posh.
The star, who was nicknamed Posh Spice during her Spice Girls days, alleges her nickname has become globally renowned.