the upper crust
This page is about the idiom the upper crust
Meaning: If you are one of the upper crust, you are a member of society's highest class.
- If Laura was really part of the upper crust, she wouldn't need to borrow money all the time, would she?
- Marge does a great imitation of an upper-crust "society queen". It's really funny, and her upper-crust accent is perfect.
If used to modify a noun or a noun phrase, a hyphen should be added, as in "upper-crust party".
Ralph wants people to think he's in the upper crust, so he
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Contributor: Matt Errey