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ritzy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishritzyritz‧y /ˈrɪtsi/ adjective informal 🔊 🔊 FASHIONABLEfashionable and expensive syn fancy 🔊 a ritzy restaurant
Examples from the Corpus
ritzyStill, the ritzy Back Bay has come roaring back, with historic row houses selling in the millions again.And now Chelsea is off to some equally ritzy college.We had dinner at the ritzy Drake Hotel.He prefers to stay at home with his wife and two children, shunning ritzy Hollywood parties.Living in a ritzy hotel used to be the stuff of fantasy.Pity it backfired during the lucky draw at Edinburgh's ritzy Prestonfield House Hotel recently.Nearby on the same street is the Strand Arcade, a similar layer cake of ritzy shops.
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