In other word, he is a toff among toffs—proving, perhaps, that while Cameron may one day go, the toffs might be here to stay.
When you go on your trip for action in the Bois among the toffs, will you take me with you?
Is this the way you treat the toffs, when they come to see you?
As most of the clothes worn by men are tailor-made, a great many "toffs" may be seen in Durban.
You're a toff, that's what you are, and your lines has been laid for toffs.
We could see the toffs in evening dress idling in the glow of her electric lights.
There's hundreds of toffs in England and Injia'd give their ears for a day after these, you know.
So now we're bloomin' toffs, an' I'll get a pair of reach-me-downs this very bloomin' night.
By a curious coincidence the great news seemed to have reached all, toffs and crooks alike, at exactly the same time.
lower-class British slang for "stylish dresser, member of the smart set," 1851, said to be probably an alteration of tuft, formerly an Oxford University term for a nobleman or gentleman-commoner (1755), in reference to the gold ornamental tassel worn on the caps of undergraduates at Oxford and Cambridge whose fathers were peers with votes in the House of Lords.