Word of the Day: Posh
posh / pŏsh
1. elegant, fashionable or luxurious
We want everybody to have the best facilities in which to work, but we do not believe in posh and impressive private offices.
Akio Morita, 1921 – 1999
2. characteristic or typical of the upper class, especially in the United Kingdom
When I went to school, everyone had elocution lessons, not to sound posh but so you could be understood.
Penelope Keith, 1940 –
My mum’s from Yorkshire and my parents aren’t snotty or posh – they’re very hard workers, both of them.
Sally Phillips, 1970 –