upper crust

NOUN
  1. the class occupying the highest position in the social hierarchy
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How To Use upper crust In A Sentence

  • Precision dating of mineral deposits Many mineral deposits are the result of large-scale circulation of hydrothermal fluid in the upper crust.
  • We can't see the upper crusts reclaiming the phrase any time soon. Times, Sunday Times
  • We can't see the upper crusts reclaiming the phrase any time soon. Times, Sunday Times
  • The homes, table settings and spreads, flowers and food are definitely upper crust.
  • While getting rid of a lady-of-the-night might avoid a storm (even at the cost of killing her) a great storm was seen by the upper crust as nature's unease at the death of a leading citizen.
  • The strikers are far from the stereotyped image of upper crust BBC presenters.
  • This is the only tome you need to join the upper crust. The Sun
  • Precision dating of mineral deposits Many mineral deposits are the result of large-scale circulation of hydrothermal fluid in the upper crust.
  • Once the load of the upper crust is removed from the lower crust, the balance of forces that act on the plate causes uplift of the high mountain.
  • This is the only tome you need to join the upper crust. The Sun
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