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After Epstein was convicted of soliciting a minor in Palm Beach in 2008 and served 13 months in jail, a stint mostly spent on work release, Dubin and her husband continued to socialize with Epstein and helped to reintroduce him into high society.

Eloise concludes Whistledown must be a tradesperson — someone who has access to the members of the Ton but isn’t part of high society herself.

The grandson of legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland, Nicholas Vreeland was poised for a decadent life in high-society.

At age 12, Kendrick was nominated for a Tony for her performance in the Broadway musical High Society.

The comedy of manners is performed by a cast of French high-society characters.

Let the woman be an old servant or a grand lady of high society, and Proust can depict her like Rembrandt.

The glamorous couple had been photographed countless times as they glided through the glittering world of British high society.

I had seen a great deal of life through my shop-window, and had come to the conclusion that I was formed for high society.

They enjoyed the peculiar novel relish of it, coming from a social pressman and a dame of high society.

You wish to enjoy every luxury, have your pockets filled with gold, cut a fine figure in high society, and remain virtuous.

The high society that could welcome its foetid pages was already ripe for the horrors of the Revolution.

But already in high society in Germany the wind no longer set in the direction of pure Deism.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high society, such as: jet set, aristocracy, beau monde, beautiful people, best people, and café society.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.