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toff

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtofftoff /tɒf $ tɑːf/ noun [countable]  British English old-fashionedCLASS IN SOCIETY someone who is rich or has a high social position – used to show disapproval
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toffNow here she was with a toff!But it wasn't really such a leap from paintings of riders to pictures of top-hatted toffs playing around with tousled tarts.But the intellectual toffs are also thin on the ground.The toffs are no longer willing to crawl about all day in the wilds.
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