Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The rooms, no more than two to a floor, display an easy poshness.
'Actually,' says she, exaggerating the poshness I had not realised was in the word.
What are we aspiring to, if not poshness?
I wondered how long it would be before some chippy tosspot brought her alleged "poshness" to the party.
The wholesome, photogenic poshness of it all.
And changing one's name - or one's pronunciation - has long been used by the lower classes to affect a patina of poshness.
The property and commercial rates in this area have risen rapidly due to less availability of flats,accessibility and its poshness.
Susannah's blonde poshness and Mick's mahogany nobility carry a subliminal punch.
I am afraid poshness in novels, if not in life, is no bar for me - if combined with extreme intelligence and wit, anyway.
And fleets of aristocrats have added coronets to theirs, signifying their precise degree of poshness.
After all, this is the Four Seasons, rivaled for poshness only by the Ritz-Carlton and maybe a few other chains.
Still, a dozen recent arrivals to the downtown gallery scene stand out, as much for the scale and poshness of their layouts as for the art on view.
Poshness is a relative thing, and Ms. Adams gains the title because the other members of the group are called Sporty, Scary and Baby.
BlackBook Magazines Guide to Chicago describes the Hotel as an embodiment of poshness which gives the visitor bragging rights upon his/her return home.
Some such thinkers blame the "Downton Abbey syndrome", that is, the perverse attraction of the trappings of poshness for the downtrodden victims of capitalist excess.
He added: "They think to show how smart they are by picking holes in the programme to promote their own poshness and to show that their knowledge is greater than your knowledge."
So the travelers still felt threatened with terminal poshness of the soul a day later while meandering too long in search of the ghost of Dylan Thomas and needing quick shelter at sundown.
But it sounds to me as if the household you were brought up in was a properly posh one; one that felt no need to prove its poshness by displaying labels that pretended to be posh.
Working class girl that married a fairly posh boy although it's hard to tell at times, and quite frankly I only wish his oh so poshness had put a hammer in his hand and taught him some easy diy tricks.
The show manages to get across the genial eccentricity of Wodehouse without overdoing the poshness, and some of the acting - particularly Mark Williams as tipsy butler Beach, a wonderful contrast to Downton's Carson - is a delight.
A survey last year found that shopping at Waitrose is one of the most widely recognised symptoms of poshness, and unless Mr Price plans to start barring entrance to anyone in deck shoes or mustard-coloured corduroys, I can't see that changing any time soon.
Miliband is too much of a toff to stand up to Dave's poshness, and unless poshness is exposed as the greedy class interest it is, poshness has a knack of getting away with it, appealing to the snobbishness that gave cult standing to Harry Potter and private schooling.