Definition of 'up-market'
Example sentences containing 'up-market'
A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH (2001)
`No. Scobie, Arnold is shifty and has his hand out for anything you'll put into it, he's the most up-market panhandler I've ever met.MURDER SONG (2001)
The usual suspects: The National Enquirer and The Star plus a couple of more up-market magazines, People and Us.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
Definition of up-market from the Collins English Dictionary
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