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  • as insociety
  • as inwho's who
  • as incrème de la crème
  • as inpatriciate
  • as inupper crust
  • as indirectory

synonyms for who who

  • elite
  • aristocracy
  • flower
  • gentry
  • quality
  • beau monde
  • beautiful people
  • country set
  • glitterati
  • haut monde
  • high society
  • jet set
  • main line
  • patriciate
  • polite society
  • smart set
  • top drawer
  • upper crust
  • who's who
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How to use who who in a sentence

O my people!Who crowd with greedy eyes round this my jewel,Poor ivory, token of his outward beauty—Oh!
THE SAINT'S TRAGEDYCHARLES KINGSLEY
From time to time they caught the grewsome head by the hair and shook it violently, shouting, Who-oo-oo!
THE HEAD HUNTERS OF NORTHERN LUZON FROM IFUGAO TO KALINGACORNELIS DE WITT WILLCOX
Aveline-who-never-lied lies half stretched out upon a bench.
THE IRON TREVET OR JOCELYN THE CHAMPIONEUGNE SUE
But Miss Wilson will not talk about the row, whatever it was, with the chance of goodness-knows-who coming in any minute.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
Peter-who-lives-next-door came in this morning to display an infinitesimal, bandaged thumb.
MAVIS OF GREEN HILLFAITH BALDWIN
And the dinner—that, too, tells the difference between the "depend-on-the-cook" establishment and the "wife-who-is-the-boss" home.
THINKCOL. WM. C. HUNTER
Almost she looked then to see the friend-who-was-to-be coming toward her with miraculous recognition in her eyes.
THE PRECIPICEELIA WILKINSON PEATTIE
After a while another one began to bark like a dog with a cold, just like this—'who-o-o-o—hoo—hoo—hoo.'
CITIZEN BIRDMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT AND ELLIOTT COUES
He signified that his business was with the "Man-who-laughs," the term by which he designated Stuart.
TOLD IN THE HILLSMARAH ELLIS RYAN
What do you here on the cold ground, O Thrush-who-make-the-summer, and why are you so sad?
THE CURIOUS BOOK OF BIRDSABBIE FARWELL BROWN
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