Parvenu

A parvenu is a person who is a relative newcomer to a socioeconomic class. The word is borrowed from the French language; it is the past participle of the verb parvenir (to reach, to arrive, to manage to do something). ==Origin== The word parvenu typically describes a person who recently ascended the social ladder, especially a nouveau riche or `....
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Parvenu

• (n.) An upstart; a man newly risen into notice.
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parvenu

parvenue adjective of or characteristic of a parvenu
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Parvenu

Par've·nu` noun [ French, propast participle p. of parvenir to attain to, to succeed, to rise to high station, Latin pervenire to come to; per through + venire to come. See Par , preposition , and Come .] An upstart; a man newly risen into notice.
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parvenu

one suddenly risen to wealth without great social rank
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parvenu

parvenu Someone who has recently become wealthy or risen to a higher position in society but who is still considered as inferior by established wealthy and powerful people.
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parvenu

[adj] - of or characteristic of a parvenu
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