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Synonyms for ritzy

Synonyms for ritzy

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

Words related to ritzy

luxuriously elegant

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Joy Edwards: Used to go |to the Oxford tea dances, great band, good times Melanie Percy: Met my |hubby here when was it was The Ritzy.
Do you have any photos or memories |from the Ritzy and 5th Avenue?
Ritzy, a pupil at Teesside Prep School in Eaglescliffe, was to spend a week in Scotland, filming the programme, described as a mixture of Lord of the Rings and Crystal Maze.
First and foremost, of course, it will be a series of great records," says Ritzy.
Most of the album was written on tour buses as the band's career took off and Ritzy said she and her bandmates Rhydian Dafydd and Matt Thomas were keen to keep up the creative flow.
But Ritzy admitted: "The music Big been came first and the music will the always come first.
The Joy Formidable and Ritzy began life in and around Mold and have since set up camp in London among other places.
Why we love it Forget the ritzy resorts and overpriced continental breakfasts.
I ONCE saw Mariah Carey at a ritzy dinner, holding a tiny portable fan up to her face.
Sara Cox asked Mark if he remembered the first time he had that exciting feeling that they'd hit the big time and he said at The Ritzy in Huddersfield .
It boasts five shoe departments, including a ritzy area pushing Jimmy Choo sandals and Manolo Blahnik spikes that sell for as much as a good used car.
As Bunn makes plans for the 2006 National Book Club Conference--to be held, as it is every year, at the plush Intercontinental Hotel in Atlanta's ritzy Buckhead section, August 4 through 6--he is faced with a dilemma that a less-earnest organizer probably wouldn't consider much of a dilemma at all.
The more ritzy the establishment is trying to be," he concluded, "the colder the air conditioning is kept"--even if it discourages the casual shopper in T-shirt and shorts.
The reason becomes clear when Fred and Ginger leave behind their butlers and ritzy hotels, as they do in Swing Time and Follow the Fleet (1936), to take up residence in a more mundane milieu.