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Posh vs Css - What's the difference?

posh | css |

Deluxe vs Posh - What's the difference?

deluxe | posh |


As adjectives the difference between deluxe and posh

is that deluxe is being very fine in quality or luxurious while posh is associated with the upper classes.

As a interjection posh is

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Posh vs Stush - What's the difference?

posh | stush |


As adjectives the difference between posh and stush

is that posh is associated with the upper classes while stush is (afro-caribbean ) posh or snobbish; classy or stylish.

As an interjection posh

is .

Posh vs Blokey - What's the difference?

posh | blokey | Antonyms |

Posh is an antonym of blokey.


As adjectives the difference between posh and blokey

is that posh is associated with the upper classes while blokey is associated with the mainstream male culture, particularly blue-collar.

As an interjection posh

is .

Posh vs Rah - What's the difference?

posh | rah |


As adjectives the difference between posh and rah

is that posh is associated with the upper classes while rah is (british) posh.

As interjections the difference between posh and rah

is that posh is while rah is an exclamation of encouragement.

As a noun rah is

(british) a person (especially a student) with a posh accent who looks down on those who are 'common'.

Posh vs Preppy - What's the difference?

posh | preppy | Synonyms |

Posh is a synonym of preppy.


As adjectives the difference between posh and preppy

is that posh is associated with the upper classes while preppy is relating to things (such as clothing) that are typical of students at prep schools.

As an interjection posh

is .

As a noun preppy is

a student of a prep school.

Posh vs Swank - What's the difference?

posh | swank |


As adjectives the difference between posh and swank

is that posh is associated with the upper classes while swank is (dated) fashionably elegant.

As a interjection posh

is .

As a noun swank is

a fashionably elegant person.

As a verb swank is

to swagger, to show off.

Posh vs Cut - What's the difference?

posh | cut |


As adjectives the difference between posh and cut

is that posh is associated with the upper classes while cut is (participial adjective) having been cut .

As a interjection posh

is .

As a noun cut is

an opening resulting from cutting.

As a verb cut is

to incise, to cut into the surface of something .

Set vs Posh - What's the difference?

set | posh |


As adjectives the difference between set and posh

is that set is fixed in position while posh is associated with the upper classes.

As a verb set

is to put (something) down, to rest or set can be to divide a class group in a subject according to ability.

As a noun set

is a punch for setting nails in wood or set can be a young plant fit for setting out; a slip; shoot.

As a interjection posh is

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Deck vs Posh - What's the difference?

deck | posh |


As a noun deck

is any flat surface that can be walked on: a balcony; a porch; a raised patio; a flat rooftop.

As a verb deck

is (uncommon) to furnish with a deck, as a vessel or deck can be to dress (someone) up, to clothe with more than ordinary elegance.

As a adjective posh is

associated with the upper classes.

As a interjection posh is

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