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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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Poshly will interpret this information and send the data to marketers.
Founded in 2012, Poshly is built on a simple premise: Users enter to win grooming and lifestyle products by answering a mix of beauty-themed and demographic questions, then Poshly anonymizes and packages those responses and sells the data to marketers.
For something that was lost has come back to us, someone who had suffered was once more in the limelight but was even more diffident and sweetly, poshly, grateful than when he first began.
Emma By Jane Austen "Posh young gels marry posh young blighters then live poshly ever after.
I remember at the end of the dinner we had tea and coffee and a man sitting across from me actually reclined in his chair, took a sip of coffee and said poshly, "isn't it lovely to have a civilized meal every once and a while?" I froze, looked at him and thought, "what!?" and pretty much vowed that was it for me.
One sequence in Monkey Business gives us, I think, a usefully direct way into the themes and concerns of all these films, even though a noun as poshly literary-critical as "theme" will doubtless seem impossibly p0-faced when applied to comedies whose main interest is often described as being their "mayhem" or "madness" or, a little more upmarketly, "surrealism." In Monkey Business the liner on which the four stowaways are travelling, and round whose decks they have been ruthlessly if incompeten tly hunted throughout the voyage, reaches that El Dorado of all immigrants, New York-its skyline is clearly visible,--and they try to disembark.
Indeed, name-dropping (more poshly: citation-index) does act as a bodyguard.
Freed of its constrictive identity of being a poshly styled luxury fabric, silk has now surged in sales in the United States.
Judged blind it was all about the even distribution of coffee and brandy, lovely layers (or "lairs" as Berry poshly pronounced) of sponge with properly piped chocolate.
Miranda is one of that rare breed of comedians who can polarise opinion - comic genius or poshly unfunny.
Tonight, the fragrant Fiona Bruce and her team of sensibly dressed experts are in the poshly named Seaton Delaval Hall in Northumberland to play "let's see how long we can drag out an appraisal before we ruin Mr Greedy's day by revealing his treasured item isn't worth the fortune he thinks it is".
WHEN it comes to plant families, the daisy family, poshly known as Asteraceae (syn: Compositae), is amongst the largest of all and contains an amazing array of plants that are not only nice to look at but will also help to support your garden insect population.