Thesaurus / toffs
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Half a score of ambitious politicians, gouty old financiers, bald-headed old toffs, with their waxed moustaches and false teeth.
ALL ROADS LEAD TO CALVARYJEROME K. JEROME
Often heard toffs decorated their tables with rags in hobble rings, but never believed it before.
WE OF THE NEVER-NEVERJEANIE "MRS. AENEAS" GUNN
By a curious coincidence the great news seemed to have reached all, toffs and crooks alike, at exactly the same time.
So now we're bloomin' toffs, an' I'll get a pair of reach-me-downs this very bloomin' night.
HARDING'S LUCKE. [EDITH] NESBIT
“Young toffs,” she decided, and wondered if it were worth while getting up or not.
CHRISTOPHER HIBBAULT, ROADMAKERMARGUERITE BRYANT
You're a toff, that's what you are, and your lines has been laid for toffs.
MORAN OF THE LADY LETTYFRANK NORRIS
W'en I grow up I'm goin' to git toffs' clo'es an' be in the 'igh mob.
A CHILD OF THE JAGOARTHUR MORRISON
I am awfully pleased about that sovereign; it will make me one of the greatest toffs in the school.
THE REBEL OF THE SCHOOLMRS. L. T. MEADE
But I'm sure after this war's over toffs aren't going to be quite everything that they were before it began.
As most of the clothes worn by men are tailor-made, a great many "toffs" may be seen in Durban.
SEVEN LEGS ACROSS THE SEASSAMUEL MURRAY