Toff, (slang) n: a person of the upper classes; a swell, dandy; a good sort.
He was a good sort of man in his way, the waiter thought, but not much of a preacher.
Why, in the first place, although they are all of a good sort, are not some better than others?
"He's a good sort of a fellow after all," he said to himself when the gig had passed on.
Let the Dago come on board, too; the gentleman here says he's a good sort.
Yes, her behaviour, living and dead, proved that she was not "a good sort."
Chaucer's spelling very like Ring Lardner's, but good sort just the same.
She was a little hasty, but, otherwise, a good sort of woman enough.
We have a buffalo for supper—a good sort of fish—weighing six pounds.
It is a good sort for general cultivation, especially as it does not require so deep a soil as either the Common, or Guernsey.