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Synonyms for posh

Synonyms for posh

catering to, used by, or admitting only the wealthy or socially superior

Synonyms for posh

elegant and fashionable

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Emma By Jane Austen "Posh young gels marry posh young blighters then live poshly ever after.
Gosling plays Willy Beachum, who's about to leave the DA's office for a poshly cutthroat corporate job.
1) The poshly equipped Maybach 57 S is one of many high-end cars on display at the annual Greater Los Angeles Auto Show.
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?
My boss at GKN, bless his cotton socks, said I should go and train in what was called cost and works accounting in those days, but is now known much more poshly as chartered management accountancy.
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.
Freed of its constrictive identity of being a poshly styled luxury fabric, silk has now surged in sales in the United States.
Yet, according to a recent summertime beauty survey conducted by consumer intelligence agency Poshly.
When Xander (as he poshly calls himself) sent up this show on the Armstrong and Miller Show, the ancestors he found were scandalous, but here he just gets posher by the second.
And for a movie so poshly appointed, it manages to keep the discussion focused on true values most of the time.