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social class

1. Social standing or position. Synonym: socioeconomic status
2. A group of people with shared culture, privilege, or position.
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For them to try to distort or to play snippets of her remarks in ways that are unflattering to her is, I think, just low-class. I think that most of the American people would think that as well."
They separate and she resumes her fun-filled, "low-class" lifestyle, taking a male companion of her own class.
Streetwise Jane (Whoopi Goldberg) loses her singing job in a low-class New York nightclub and decides to start anew in Los Angeles.
There is already far too much racing, and with so many low-class contests in which trainers can enter second-rate horses any doubts they may have in regard to the going means they can withdraw their horse and wait for the next one that comes along in a few days' time.
The authority is working to sign a contract to buy six diesel trains at a cost of e1/4126m, next to negotiating with international companies to provide 700 low-class carriages with 50% of its components being local.
Police Inspector J Penninghton said of him and his two colleagues: "They are the hard-core of a local gang of Teddy Boy ruffians, of which Kelly, a lazy and low-class bully, is the leader.
The Thai national who incurred the ire of netizens for calling Filipinos pignoys, low-class slaves and wriggling cockroaches on social media has opted for voluntary deportation.
Kosin gained notoriety in social media websites for his racial comments where he tagged Filipinos as "Pignoys," "stupid creatures," "low-class slum slaves," and "useless race in this world."
The book notes that Israeli Hebrew collapses the categories of race and class, so poor or low-class people are Mizrahi and Mizrahi are poor and low-class.
It gives the city a low-class look" Alberto del Hierro, councillor for tourism in Salou, Spain, where tourists must keep bikinis for the beach