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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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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.
He gracefully traces the mediation efforts of Judge Richard Posher, whom Jackson appointed in early 2000 to hammer out a compromise.
Largely, though, this is a defense team procedural, pure and simple, walking viewers through the strategy sessions in posh offices and posher restaurants, giving us an idea of the passion, cynicism and - maybe most of all - clamorous clashing of egos that fueled Cochran and company as they prepared Simpson's ever-amorphous defense.
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.
You are far posher than I am" Prime Minister David Cameron to acting Labour leader Harriet Harman "We applied for the job but you got it" Ms Harman congratulating Mr Cameron on returning to Downing Street "As this month's election in the UK showed, the electorate have recently sent us back to the classroom for the second time in five years" Labour former foreign secretary David Miliband "This case shows corruption that is rampant, systemic and deep-rooted both abroad and here in the United States" US Attorney General Loretta Lynch on the Fifa arrests "I was brought up to believe that unless you look a certain way, no-one would love you" Actress Jane Fonda, above "These days I do power yoga with light weights in a 105-degree room, so it is a mix of hot yoga and strength training.
For posher occasions petrolhead Simon, 52, also owns a Bugatti and a Rolls-Royce.
Keiira iss posher, prettiier and poutiier than ever as she putts iin one off the best perfformances off her career.