lower-class lower-class


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



  1. To play Maggie Fitzgerald, the lower-class waitress who's all heart turned fighter who's all gristle, Swank gained 19 lbs.
  2. African rites were brought by slaves, and the lower-class people who prac tice spiritism have adopted Catholic saints and some Catholic rituals.
  3. Particularly among Britain's lower-class whites, this influx has aroused the full range of reactions that accompany any major wave of immigration anywhere.


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untenable untenable
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