first-class first-class

Definition(s):

  • (adj) very good;of the highest quality

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Some first-class dropouts When Sir Freddie Laker inaugurated his no-frills, low-fare transatlantic flights in 1977, Europe's flagship airlines viewed the.
  2. Starting April 1, Canada will send all first-class out-of-town mail by air.
  3. The first-class seat directly across from mine was partly filled with a bulky shape that I later learnedto my great discomfiture was an extra fuel tank.

News

  1. Redesigned Big East Conference officially goes live

    The revamped Big East Conference officially went live today, July 1, months after nearly breaking down, because of the lure of big-money college football. “While we have much to do in the months ahead to bring the conference office to full operating capacity, I’m confident that we will create a first-class organization we can all [...]
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Queens Courier

  2. Pie in the sky: First-class meals served 150 feet up

    Since 2004, Dinner in the Sky events have treated diners in 47 countries to first-class meals while they are suspended 150 feet off the ground. (Just don’t drop your fork.)
    on July 1, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

  3. Las Vegas: El Super Clasico to feature top Mexican soccer teams

    First-class soccer action will arrive in Las Vegas on July 3 as two of Mexico’s top teams compete in “El Super Clasico” at Sam Boyd Stadium.
    on July 1, 2013     Source: Los Angeles Times

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