toff

noun \ ˈtäf \

Definition of toff

chiefly British, disparaging

Examples of toff in a Sentence

  1. the toffs were everywhere to be seen on opening day at Ascot

Origin and Etymology of toff

probably alteration of tuft titled college student

First Known Use: 1851

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TOFF Defined for English Language Learners

toff

noun

Definition of toff for English Language Learners

  • : a person who belongs to a high social class


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