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Definition(s):

  • (adj) pretentiously elegant

Usage(s):

  1. But they're also a kind of riposte to the smirkiness and high-class problems of TV's upscale hits.
  2. It's a high-class set of problems that cut into my creativity and my family life.

News

  1. Gelato Taste Test, From Ciao Bella to Talenti

    The high-class ice cream alternative is taking off in the U.S. Which brand tastes the best?
    on July 4, 2013     Source: BusinessWeek

  2. Rough Riders Hold Off Washington Spirit Reserves

    The Long Island Rough Riders seized their last chance to stay in the hunt for a playoff spot with a 1-0 win over the Washington Spirit Reserves. In a technically strong, high-paced game, a Grace Hawkins goal at 78 minutes decided the match against the Reserves who looked like the stronger side for the majority of the game. The match proved to be the expected high-class meeting between two strong ...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: Syosset - Jericho Tribune

  3. Garcia, Martinez recognized as Cardinals' top minor-leaguers for June

    Outfielder Anthony Garcia, of high-Class A Palm Beach, on Tuesday was named the St. Louis Cardinals&
    on July 3, 2013     Source: Belleville News-Democrat

Quotes

  1. "I'm more than happy to make that compromise. As my agent likes to say, 'High-class problems,'" Heigl said.
    on Mar 27, 2009 By: Katherine Heigl Source: Washington Post

  2. "Corwin Brown is one of the high-class people in football," Belichick said on Patriots.com. "He was a tough, smart leader who was great to coach and those are the traits he brings to our staff. He has stepped in well with Josh Boyer,...
    on Feb 5, 2010 By: Bill Belichick Source: ESPN

  3. "That was just amazing. It's the best that happened to me in tennis," Kohlschreiber said. "I enjoyed every second. It was just high-class tennis from both players."
    on Jan 18, 2008 By: Philipp Kohlschreiber Source: Forbes

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