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  • noun Plural form of posho.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They don't let anyone vote in this damned country unless you come from Mr Colonel Posho "La-De-Bloody-I'm-A-King-Da World and own Wiltshire" poshos world.

    I'm sorry. Do speak up. I didn't quite catch that | Euan Ferguson

  • Only poshos from the south can have a name that sounds like ‘Tweed’.

    Cheryl Cole & Ashley Cole! The Showdown! Today!

  • Social: dream re-hashing of arguments about Frank Miller and Sin City, being told off by Jrmy in a dream where in front of a few poshos I mention some cool bits of info trivia without mentioning the internet source I got them from.

    Anxiety dreams of all sizes and shapes

  • To be honest when the poshos have put on the clothes their hosts have got for them, to help them blend in, you can hardly tell them apart.

    The Guardian World News

  • At the same time, Netaporter.com has commissioned designers to produce novelty Christmas jumpers, even though they and everybody else surely know that novelty Christmas jumpers can only be worn by sad-eyed poshos in thrall to their mothers, as Colin Firth demonstrated so brilliantly in Bridget Jones's Diary.

    The Guardian World News

  • Well, as we should all know by now, Lord Sugar of Clapton is a man who gets sick of things quite easily - cautious Carols and steady Eddies, poshos from Sandhurst and most of all blahdee idiots who couldn't cook a sausage in a baked bean can or some such Sugarism have all stuck in his craw in the past.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • People on council estates must be fed up with constant visits from MPs/royalty/poshos.

    The Guardian World News

  • We'll then see our Sophie being irritated by the poshos of the university as well as getting caught in the ubiquitous love triangle involving both human and vampire students.

    Hecklerspray

  • Perhaps in the next two episodes the poshos might be forced to clean toilets, or the "chavs" might discover that the posh girls have had problems in their lives too!

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • That is why every Malthusian, from Malthus himself to Paul Ehrlich to today's doom-mongering poshos, has been wrong in his dire predictions of collapse: because he didn't take into account humanity's creative streak.

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