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Cheesy vs. Posh

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Cheesyadjective

(informal) Overdramatic, excessively emotional or clichéd, trite, contrived.

‘a cheesy song;’; ‘a cheesy movie’;

Poshadjective

Associated with the upper classes.

‘She talks with a posh accent.’;

Cheesyadjective

Of or relating to cheese.

‘This sandwich is full of cheesy goodness.’;

Poshadjective

Stylish, elegant, exclusive (expensive).

‘After the performance they went out to a very posh restaurant.’;

Cheesyadjective

Resembling, or containing cheese.

‘a cheesy flavor;’; ‘cheesy nachos’; ‘I like pizzas with a cheesy crust.’;

Poshadjective

Snobbish, materialistic, prejudiced, under the illusion that one is better than everyone else.

‘We have a right posh git moving in next door’;

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Cheesyadjective

(informal) Cheap, of poor quality.

Poshinterjection

An exclamation expressing derision.

Cheesyadjective

Exaggerated and likely to be forced or insincere.

Poshnoun

fragments produced by an impact

Cheesyadjective

Having the nature, qualities, taste, form, consistency, or appearance of cheese.

Poshnoun

slush

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Cheesyadjective

of very poor quality

Poshverb

(normally in the phrasal verb posh up) To make posh, or posher.

Cheesyadjective

like cheese in taste, smell, or consistency

‘a pungent, cheesy sauce’;

Poshadjective

elegant and fashionable;

‘classy clothes’; ‘a classy dame’; ‘a posh restaurant’; ‘a swish pastry shop on the Rue du Bac’;

Cheesyadjective

cheap and of low quality

‘cheesy motel rooms’;

Cheesyadjective

hackneyed and obviously sentimental

‘an album of cheesy pop hits’;

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Cheesyadjective

(of a smile) exaggerated and likely to be insincere

‘a cheesy grin’;

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