- appealing or catering to high-income consumers; of high quality; not easily affordable or accessible: upmarket fashions.
- in an upmarket way.
Origin of upmarket
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Examples from the Web for upmarket
He was struck down inside an upmarket London hotel by a rare radioactive poison that had been slipped in to his pot of tea.Brits Investigate Assassination of the Spy Who Warned Us About Putin
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Richie begins to view his project as a possible “upmarket Da Vinci Code.”Justin Cartwright’s Novel ‘Lion Heart’ May Win Him the Audience He Deserves
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It is undeniable that the Booker helped Rushdie get kind reviews in the upmarket press and elevated him further.Why the Man Booker Prize Is More Necessary Than Ever
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This spring, an intriguing pattern has developed in the real estate market in Aspen, the upmarket Colorado ski resort.Economic Avalanche
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Allora, is an upmarket Italian with chef favorites veal marsala, tonno (fresh tuna) or an array of pizza from a woodburning oven.Gal With a Suitcase
July 10, 2010