upmarket

[uhp-mahr-kit]
adjective
1.
appealing or catering to high-income consumers; of high quality; not easily affordable or accessible: upmarket fashions.
adverb
2.
in an upmarket way.

Origin:
1970–75; up- + market

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upmarket

adjective
designed for consumers with high incomes; "he turned up in well-cut clothes...and upmarket felt hats"- New Yorker [ant: downmarket
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Example sentences
Studios and distributors tend to release many of their upmarket candidates for
  the prize circuit in the closing weeks of the year.
Maybe, if publishers can sell that space to more upmarket clients.
Late nights, though, are when this place serves the upmarket food that better
  suits its sleekly modern interior.
Soon, the conversation had become an upmarket version of a late-night dorm-room
  rap session.
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