Toff

In British English slang, a toff is a derogatory stereotype for someone with an aristocratic background or belonging to the landed gentry, particularly someone who exudes an air of superiority. For instance, The Toff, a character from the series of adventure novels by John Creasey, is an upper-class crime sleuth who uses a common caricature of a t...
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Toff

• (n.) A fop; a beau; a swell.
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toff

nob noun an elegantly dressed man (often with affected manners)
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Toff

Toff noun [ Etym. uncertain.] A fop; a beau; a swell. [ Slang, Eng.] Kipling.
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toff

Someone who is wealthy; someone who is part of the upper class.
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Toff

Toff is British slang for a rich, well-dressed, or upper-class person, especially a man.
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toff

[n] - an elegantly dressed man (often with affected manners)
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