Examples of posh in a Sentence
They live in a posh neighborhood.
The family is very posh.
Recent Examples of posh from the Web
Dad Cal (Alfred Molina) comes across as a convivial old Graham Greene character, while mom Meredith (Janet McTeer) is a reclusive pianist, once quite renown, who now keeps to herself in a posh Hollywood mansion.
In fact, anyone under the age of 21 in the posh Pitkin County resort town won’t be able to purchase any tobacco products — including e-cigarettes — starting Jan. 1, 2018.
What: After the opening night of a new play, the playwright, director and actors await the critical reviews in the producer's posh apartment.
Saturday, the day of the attacks, was spent on Northcote Road, where posh London deli Bayley and Sage opened a branch last month and smart row houses change hands for over 1 million pounds.
At the helm is executive chef Bill Trevino, who for years led the kitchen at the posh Café Pacific in Dallas.
Much of Saturday's carnage played out in Borough Market, a trendy area of warren-like railway arches that's home to posh food stalls in the daytime and stylish bars and restaurants at night.
The vibe in this town of 32,000 isn’t as upscale as California’s Napa Valley, but it’s still pretty posh by eastern Washington standards.
Such fantasies rarely involve being, say, a burakumin, but Igort’s drawings of that posh, tidy vision are beautiful enough to get away with it.
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Origin and Etymology of posh
First Known Use: 1914See Words from the same year
POSH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of posh for English Language Learners
: very attractive, expensive, and popular
: typical of people who have high social status
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