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smart set

n.
Fashionable people considered as a group.

smart set

n
(functioning as singular or plural) fashionable sophisticated people considered as a group
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Noun1.smart set - the fashionable elitesmart set - the fashionable elite    
Four Hundred - the exclusive social set of a city
elite, elite group - a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status
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It was no new thing to them that a swell from the dinner party should pace all parts of the house like an animal at the Zoo; they know that nothing marks the Smart Set more than a habit of walking where one chooses.
Cue the London smart set crying into their lattes and being genuinely nasty about the 'old northern folk' who'd had the brazen cheek to disagree with them.
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The smart set not only insisted that a common European currency would work fantastically well, they insisted that doubters were knaves and nuts.
The decent cabin room will please families and it'll certainly be a very smart set of wheels for the middleranking managers who sweep backwards and forwards across the country, from motorway service areas to shiny industrial estates then home again.
6 Add instant colour with a smart set of towels, a jazzy bath mat or new shower curtain.
Future Shop, Mexx, Jacob, Smart Set and Sears have all recently shut down operations, or significantly curtailed their presence in the country.
These deliverables are being linked with the Traffic File, and the user can present them as official documents from his or her smart set, when required.
Mencken fans, the site has most of his run as co-editor of The Smart Set.
In profile, the large and well flared wheel arches are filled in by chunky tyres adorning a smart set of alloys.
Its product line consists of six different brands, including Reitmans, Smart Set, Addition Elle, Penningtons, RW & CO, and Thyme.
Conversely, the ability to be good at mathematics has been encouraged to become a deeply polarising factor on multiple fronts -- it is allowed to separate the girls from the boys, the smart set from the not-so-smart and the high achievers from just achievers.