toffish

toffish

(ˈtɒfɪʃ)
adj
informal Brit belonging to or characteristic of the upper class
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IF there is one way in which Alex Salmond could win the referendum, it is by persuading toffish Old Etonians like Boris Johnson up to Scotland to campaign for the No side of the argument.
Actually, never mind all the current flag-waving Jubilee gubbins, we should just have the shot of the toffish bloke with the bandaged head talking into his mobile phone, going, "Apart from the brain injury, you mean?
Following cricket's makeover with the Twenty20, polo organisers have followed suit vowing to "revolutionise" the infamously toffish sport for TV.
His voice has a gentle, vaguely toffish tone but it's based on a deep conviction he's right.
Kicking off in 1916, our hunky heroes leave the States - which has yet to enter the war - to enrol in the French air corps, including the heroic Blaine (James Franco, of Spider-Man fame), the toffish Briggs, black boxer Eugene and soldier's son Will.
It probably doesn't help that Liz's `range' doesn't extend much beyond the toffish Brit.
A school chum of conservative prime minister Jose Maria Aznar at Madrid's toffish Colegio del Pilar and godfather of Aznar's younger son Alonso, Villalonga was tapped as Telefonica chairman in 1996.
Taking Woody Allen's usual themes of infidelity, crime and punishment, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers stars as Chris, a retired tennis player who lands a job at a posh London club where he meets Tom, a toffish young man who shares his passion for opera.