Noun(1) informal term for an upper-class or wealthy person
(1) Even so, this is a distinctly more nobby Sonata than anyone has seen, a far cry from the upper-echelon mini cab that it formerly was.(2) We transported some Chelsea nobs to the art galleries up Piccadilly and we delivered a smiling kid with an Incredibles balloon to the estates of Highbury.(3) If I blocked out all the wealthy nobs around me I could see only one thing.(4) Although it's all hip and happening and located in the East Village, it's not a nobby joint and no one will think twice if you turn up in your sweats after a workout at the gym.(5) Jack at last relented about my going to Tartan Day - but I had to fly on the cheapest economy ticket, while Jack and the rest of the nobs flew First.(6) I really think the big nobs were here to see if we should begin production of the 5 series or the 7 series at the Amata City plant.(7) It is good, of course, for the nobs to get about a bit and see how the other half lives; but this will not necessarily benefit anybody but themselves, whereas joining a political organisation might bring the masses real gains.(8) The real worry about this is that it did not happen in Chapel town in Leeds, nor in some of the riot-prone ghettoes of Bradford, but in a leafy part of Mar'ton where the nobs all live.(9) The whole economy is down, except for the big nobs who can afford to get it back somehow.(10) Let's be honest - 90% of most nobby restaurant lists consist of the same old trophy wines.(11) Previously chicken was regarded as mere peasant food, but the ever socially aspirant Portuguese saw the nobs taking an interest in the chicken stones and started to eat more chicken and chicken related products.(12) He once famously warned the Government that British television was being turned into a two-tier system: ├ö├ç├┐Telly for the nobs and telly for the slobs├ö├ç├û.(13) Sebastian was probably the best in their batch, although that was expected, since if Jacob's theory was true, he must be a nob, and nobs always learned to fence fancy.
(1) hob-and-nob :: hob-en-Nob
1. toff ::
Different Formsnob, nobs
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