Empty social pretentiouness
"He knew the society of those small Burma stations -- a nasty, poodle-faking, horseless riffraff." AND "As for social duties of all descriptions, he called them poodle-faking and ignored them." George Orwell, Burmese Days, 1934; the "he" is an upper-class speaker.
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