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Oxford dictionary definition of the word ritz:
[mass noun] informal
1chiefly North American ostentatious luxury and glamour.
2 (the Ritz) [usually with negative] used in reference to luxurious accommodation:
it’s not the Ritz, but it ‘s convenient, clean, and good value for money
sure as hell ain’t the Ritz, but it’s a place to call home
here is the Ritz of all shelters
put on the ritz
chiefly North American
make a show of luxury or extravagance:
when you’re putting on the ritz, garnish your soup with an asparagus tip nestled in a small spoonful of lightly whipped cream
early 20th century: from Ritz, a proprietary name of luxury hotels, from César Ritz (1850–1918), a Swiss hotel owner