Words nearby high society
Origin of high society
Examples from the Web for high society
The grandson of legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland, Nicholas Vreeland was poised for a decadent life in high-society.
The comedy of manners is performed by a cast of French high-society characters.
Natasha Justina Pray was born into a high-society family and is known around the tony town of Greenwich as a wild child of sorts.
But Fielden (who took the job in September) says he felt Monroque deserved the cover of the high-society magazine.Shala Monroque: On the Cover of Town & Country January 2012 (PHOTOS)|Allison Samuels|December 12, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Yet by his own admission, he is not quite the high-society insider.
British Dictionary definitions for high society
- the upper classes, esp when fashionable
- (as modifier)her high-society image