[ US /ˈɹɪtsi/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɪtsi/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɪtsi/ ]
- luxuriously elegant
How To Use ritzy In A Sentence
- And as tolerance for the suits increased, a new-to-the-scene French star, the seventeen-year-old Brigitte Bardot, created a sensation in 1953 posing for photojournalists in her strapless floral bikini on the beach in the ritzy capital of European cinema, Cannes. The English Is Coming!
- Chanel classic flap bag in satin embroidered with glass cabochon jewels, €4,500 On the grounds that Chanel is still possibly the world's most desirable brand, this ritzy number flies in the face of conventional wisdom that less is more. All I Want for Christmas...
- Palm Springs has ritzy restaurants and glitzy nightlife.
- This was what we had originally considered the "ritzy" complex because they had a waterfall on their pool. NAN MOMENT OF THE DAY
- She dined on spectacular food in the restaurant, before retiring to the ritzy barn bar for Mojito Royales.
- These pieces and the others in the collection can do double-duty as resort wear when you are on vacation on the Mexican Riviera or aptly set you apart from the crowd at a ritzy social event at Lincoln Center.
- Ritzy social clubs, walled-in mansions and private schools are the norm for the wealthy, while the poor live in vast slums where unemployment runs high and gunfights are common.
- As far as she could tell, it was about some guy moving to some island and going to ritzy parties and drinking.
- His Jewishness is long marinated in Schubert impromptus and described as intellectually "ritzy". The Finkler Question by Howard Jacobson
- The two were seen having a drink at the ritzy Wallcrest Hotel late last night.