low-class low-class


  • (adj) occupying the lowest socioeconomic position in a society


  1. As a leggy graduate of one of the country's best schools, Keio University, she defies the stereotype of host-club customers as dateless losers or low-class nightlife workers.
  2. Collect Pond was draining so poorly into the canal that is now a street, that respectable citizens left the swamps to low-class Irish and Negroes, companions in debauch.
  3. He keeps all his transactions in cash and explains his low-class friends blandly.


  • Rodriguez plays first rehab game in minors

    Alex Rodriguez went 0-for-2 in his first minor-league rehab start on Tuesday night with low-Class A Charleston in the South Atlantic League.
    on July 3, 2013     Source: The SportsXchange via Yahoo! Sports


  1. "That's a cheap shot by a low-class type player," Elson said. "You don't do that. That's gay on his part. I told him that he was gay, too, for touching me in my private parts."
    on Apr 29, 2004 By: Francisco Elson Source: USA Today

  2. "It's low-class, inappropriate and predatory for a rich person to ask an entrepreneur to PAY THEM for 15 minutes of their time," Calacanis wrote on his blog last fall.
    on Jan 16, 2010 By: Jason Calacanis Source: ReadWriteWeb (blog)

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