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  • adj. superlative form of posh: most posh.

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Examples

  • I spruced up the Biz Studio in preparation for the arrival of the man I labelled the poshest in pop.

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  • The band with the poshest names in rock music are back!

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  • This just might be the poshest fish on the smorgasbord: Creamy white and opaque, it has a plush, cushioned texture and mellow taste.

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  • In fact, Giorgio Locatelli describes lasagne in Made in Italy: Food and Stories as a "sturdy, quite dry pasta dish" which would come as news to fans of even the poshest of supermarket versions.

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  • In Mumbai the the poshest areas are in close proximity to slums.

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  • On Thursday it is set to launch a swanky four-floor store in Ginza, Japan's poshest shopping district, which once boasted the most expensive real estate in the world.

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  • This person too is/was an "antiquities collector" -- again, if that is the appropriate term for it -- one of the most successful and possibly richest, who for many years kept a "display store" in the lobby of one of London's poshest hotels in the Marble Arch area to "deal" with some of its most well-healed customers.

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  • Nowadays, even in the poshest Parisian restaurants, Mr. Fr é rot orders a carafe of water alongside the finest bottles of wine.

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  • Further afield, he might be tempted to visit New Quay or Dollish (Dawlish), Lime Regis (Lyme Regis), or Sutton Cold Field (Sutton Coldfield), one of the pushest (poshest) parts of Birmingham.

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  • In person, however, Mr. Tyrell is anything but slick; rather, he's warm and avuncular, and more like the host of a barbecue than the sophisticated singing star of the poshest nightclub around.

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  • Really, really posh. You'll want your audiobook along, for sure.

    January 18, 2008