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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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Cat vey Har of gers dan the corks on pagne os cham avocad and Aga The Aga '' Never has there been a posher injury.
Vignale is now what the luxury brand name - it's being used across other Ford model ranges too - and the obvious question for potential buyers is what do you get for paying out this extra money for a posher version?
"There are a lot of women who do a similar job to me who are paid a hell of a lot more - who are a lot posher. It's not as simple as a gender issue, it's partly down to class.
MADE IN CHELSEA: For all those who love The Only Way is Essex, this reality show is certainly a bit sleeker and posher but we just can't get excited.
It's such a refreshing chant, particularly coming from golf fans, a section of society not renowned for their tolerance of anybody who doesn't hail from the Home Counties or the posher parts of Scotland.
just imagine the hordes of travellers from all over Europe as they alight from their high-speed trains, marvelling at the canal views through the iconic glass atriums (nah - 'atria' - sounds posher) of the landmark new Arena Central Station.
He gracefully traces the mediation efforts of Judge Richard Posher, whom Jackson appointed in early 2000 to hammer out a compromise.
I doubt many people will buy the basic ZS as the posher ones with the likes of Apple CarPlay, full air con and other toys are even better value.
I doubt many people will buy the basic ZS as the posher ones with Apple CarPlay, full air conditioning and other toys are even better value.
Posh crisps getting posher Kettle Chips are upping the classy stakes on their new crisps with flavours such as Gressingham Duck and Burrata Mozzarella & Sweet Chilli.
Incidentally, writers Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong have confessed that Tomothy (Richard Goulding), who is even posher than JP, bears more than a passing resemblance to David Cameron - accidental, of course.
A posher word for this is that they are "triumphalistic" - an even posher word is that they are demonstrating hubris, which is often followed, sooner or later, by nemesis.