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Pronunciation:

[klˈasɪz], [klˈasɪz], [k_l_ˈa_s_ɪ_z]
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Synonyms for Classes:

categories (noun) characters (noun) schools (noun) categorizes (verb) orders (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Classes:

  1. glasses, passes, gases, asses, masses, grasses;
  2. surpasses;

Quotes for Classes:

  1. The major obstacle to a religious renewal is the intellectual classes who are highly influential and tend to view religion as primitive superstition. They believe that science has left atheism as the only respectable intellectual stance. Robert Bork.
  2. The burnt odor in Washington is from the disintegrating authority of the governing classes William Greider.
  3. No one is immune from addiction; it afflicts people of all ages, races, classes and professions. Patrick J. Kennedy.

Idioms of Classes:

  1. the chattering classes

Adjectives for Classes:

  • authentically upper,
  • complex vertebrate,
  • peripheral social,
  • own first-period,
  • lowest lower,
  • wayward, truant,
  • wealthier industrial,
  • usually proud and exclusive,
  • usually proud,
  • dull and conservative,
  • new, respectable,
  • governmental social,
  • stationary and native,
  • green and high,
  • privileged scientific,
  • entire managerial,
  • entire preschool,
  • eminently expendable,
  • damn upper-middle,
  • few aerobic,
  • managerial and creative,
  • normally cozy,
  • capitalistic and military,
  • governmental or dominant,
  • commercial and parasitical,
  • swollen commercial,
  • outworn and effete,
  • dominant and vulgar,
  • permanent dependent,
  • particularly silent and civil,
  • eighteenth-century upper,
  • superb and classic,
  • moral, religious and respectable,
  • poorer and uneducated,
  • rural and indigent,
  • industrial capitalistic,
  • higher plebeian,
  • happiest and most remarkable,
  • aristocratic and reactionary,
  • intensely aristocratic and reactionary,
  • higher and wealthy,
  • moneyed and conservative,
  • higher respectable,
  • rarely fascinating,
  • privileged and most important,
  • compact and privileged,
  • vast wage-earning,
  • essentially antagonistic,
  • homespun moneyed,
  • senatorial and moneyed,
  • equestrian and senatorial,
  • fierce, lawless and turbulent,
  • privileged nor degraded,
  • mercenary or ignorant,
  • artificial and separate,
  • lofty and inexorable,
  • official, technical and professional,
  • important corresponding,
  • british university-trained,
  • british moneyed,
  • poorest and most oppressed,
  • exceptionally mathematical,
  • indiscriminatingly sensitive,
  • intellectually privileged,
  • obviously lower,
  • active or vivid,
  • numerous and sober,
  • reprehensible and even alarming,
  • magnificent well-known,
  • actively industrious,
  • happier and worthier,
  • dependent, oppressed,
  • wealthier upper,
  • useful and generally respectable,
  • useful or industrious,
  • numerous and noteworthy,
  • brilliant or prominent,
  • moderate and better,
  • limited and privileged,
  • broad wage-earning,
  • intellectual proletarian,
  • longer illiterate,
  • rather quaint and attractive,
  • small but potentially powerful,
  • decidedly rougher,
  • potentially intellectual,
  • solitary and formidable,
  • subtly decadent,
  • vastly numerous,
  • wealthy refined,
  • relatively dispensable,
  • self-conscious, sentimental,
  • virtuous and very ineffective,
  • absolutely unendurable,
  • intellectually dependent,
  • wrong-headedly religious,
  • pharisaical and wrong-headedly religious,
  • already numerous and powerful,
  • truly patriotic and loyal,
  • barbarous or unthinking,
  • rude, barbarous or unthinking,
  • tyrannical upper,
  • religiously influential,
  • distinctly moneyed,
  • short-lived and somewhat degraded,
  • authoritative and privileged,
  • old upper-middle,
  • special definite,
  • privileged capitalist,
  • criminal and dependent,
  • perceptive, imaginative,
  • partially doubtful,
  • wrathful and gloomy,
  • upper or senatorial,
  • well-defined and delightful,
  • different and very numerous,
  • aristocratieal,
  • decent elder,
  • bourgeois or intellectual,
  • destitute or nearly destitute,
  • frugal or industrious,
  • industrial and lower,
  • often vicious and dangerous,
  • fancy, few,
  • thrifty, honest and industrious,
  • lower poorer,
  • definitely spurious,
  • degenerate and abnormal,
  • highly degenerate and abnormal,
  • permanently sunken,
  • privileged, fortunate,
  • idle, profligate and criminal,
  • land-owning or military,
  • deficient and criminal,
  • mentally deficient and criminal,
  • deficient or criminal,
  • mentally deficient or criminal,
  • deficient, insane and criminal,
  • richer and upper,
  • professional and independent,
  • large but still remarkable,
  • well-behaved and hard-working,
  • uneducated lower,
  • comfortable and opulent,
  • various and hopeless,
  • shallow critical,
  • homogeneous official,
  • noble or privileged,
  • particularly thoughtless,
  • rich and moneyed,
  • wealthiest female,
  • wealthier and fully civilised,
  • upper and cultured,
  • powerful but limited,
  • well-to-do, thrifty,
  • habitually predatory,
  • worst upper,
  • homely undistinguished,
  • higher or middling,
  • rich and irresponsible,
  • privileged unmarried,
  • professionally irregular,
  • self-styled upper,
  • speculative and bustling,
  • much-abused, downtrodden,
  • tiresomely timid,
  • legally degraded,
  • exclusive and strongly conservative,
  • juvenile sunday-school,
  • upper and best-educated,
  • warlike and superstitious,
  • entirely warlike and superstitious,
  • corresponding agricultural,
  • docile industrial,
  • shrewder and abler,
  • large and privileged,
  • degraded and uneducated,
  • lower rural,
  • next richer,
  • highly intelligent and respectable,
  • aristocratic land-owning,
  • unfortunate, depraved and ignorant,
  • ignorant, depraved and vicious,
  • stolid, comfortable,
  • jewish upper,
  • ignorant or criminal,
  • astonishingly capable,
  • obviously well-to-do and respectable,
  • leisurely upper,
  • wealthy and leisurely upper,
  • relatively undisciplined,
  • plainly separable,
  • poorest and most shiftless,
  • indefinite, undecided,
  • ingenious but almost useless,
  • luxurious and numerous,
  • eccentric and unfashionable,
  • modest but apparently respectable,
  • lighter and inferior,
  • truest and most exquisite,
  • skilled operative,
  • lowest or poorest,
  • comfortable, salaried,
  • permanently degraded,
  • sunday-school and catechetical,
  • debatable and undisputed,
  • wealthy capital,
  • fourth and poorest,
  • consular and patrician,
  • kindly wealthy,
  • helplessly dependent,
  • certain vertebrate,
  • large vertebrate,
  • essentially peaceful and law-abiding,
  • deserving or painstaking,
  • sedentary and neurotic,
  • troublesome and criminal,
  • genuinely proletarian,
  • discerning certain,
  • sole separate,
  • own undetermined,
  • large and presumably intelligent,
  • main vertebrate,
  • professional and upper,
  • special prolific,
  • abysmally ignorant and irresponsible,
  • intelligent and most unskilled,
  • irresponsible and submissive,
  • docile, irresponsible and submissive,
  • literary and sceptical,
  • quite open and shameless,
  • ordinary and secondary,
  • ancient, attractive,
  • ambitious and exceptionally active,
  • un-methodical,
  • honorary fourth,
  • large and most useful,
  • poorest and most sordid,
  • present, different,
  • intimate, large,
  • third-year french,
  • limited and homogeneous,
  • highest and most benevolent,
  • vulgar but wealthy,
  • privileged wealthier,
  • commercial or adventurous,
  • wealthy and judicious,
  • larger and certain,
  • upper and influential,
  • humble professional,
  • mytho-pastoral,
  • unyielding predatory,
  • rich, lower,
  • peculiarly rakish,
  • well-defined and narrowly limited,
  • other or direct,
  • enlightened and sober,
  • large and unhappy,
  • fanatical and criminal,
  • maniacal, fanatical and criminal,
  • special sunday-school,
  • weirdest sunday-school,
  • distinct and pernicious,
  • enterprising bourgeois,
  • turbulent, idle and dangerous,
  • degraded, sunken,
  • higher and official,
  • perpetually distinct,
  • proverbially sharp,
  • major or general,
  • industrially indispensable,
  • intelligent or desirable,
  • haughty privileged,
  • narrow, privileged,
  • exclusive and magnificent,
  • commercial german,
  • enterprising, wealthy,
  • productive and industrious,
  • bravest and most important,
  • sanely reproductive,
  • french poorer,
  • mighty elocutional,
  • dissatisfied and skeptical,
  • jewish poorer,
  • other dysgenic,
  • wealthier professional,
  • partial blind,
  • upper and agricultural,
  • higher industrious,
  • exclusively german or jewish,
  • older and often inferior,
  • softly shiftless,
  • low, lawless,
  • truly respectable and estimable,
  • particular exogamous,
  • thoroughly upper,
  • sincere but thoroughly upper,
  • separate speculative,
  • large, uneducated,
  • largest distinctive,
  • wealthy and fashionably conservative,
  • poorer and rural,
  • social lowest,
  • law-abiding, conservative,
  • fastidious cosmopolitan,
  • parasitic commercial,
  • famously mischievous,
  • fourth and comparatively small,
  • cultured, progressive,
  • intelligent and fairly prosperous,
  • unhappy capitalist,
  • well-managed special,
  • impoverished aristocratic,
  • single loose-knit,
  • gentlemanly responsible,
  • defiant privileged,
  • defective, elementary,
  • thoroughly incurable,
  • daring, gallant,
  • unjust and privileged,
  • unwise and uneducated,
  • wage-earning, salaried and professional,
  • greedy plutocratic,
  • fortunate and normal,
  • other semi-neutral,
  • priestly plebeian,
  • agrarian, financial,
  • upper and official,
  • sturdy and honorable,
  • lowest and most loathsome,
  • rougher and even criminal,
  • higher and abler,
  • altogether higher and abler,
  • fashionable philosophical,
  • artistically higher,
  • ready-made and familiar,
  • efficient certain,
  • distinctively servile,
  • eminently prolific,
  • volunteer-experimental,
  • unproductive and parasitic,
  • remarkable sunday-school,
  • naturally dutiful,
  • humble and naturally dutiful,
  • belligerent military,
  • german lower,
  • pathological and abnormal,
  • dependent poorer,
  • frail but amiable,
  • stout and long-lived,
  • uppermost aristocratic,
  • highest bengali,
  • shiftless, vagrant,
  • professional ecclesiastical,
  • duller and simpler,
  • chronologically distinct,
  • influential and cultured,
  • able-bodied and numerous,
  • wealthier and well-to-do,
  • adventurous and vicious,
  • larger and better-paying,
  • sedentary law-abiding,
  • standard and secondary,
  • moneyed, commercial,
  • oppressive privileged,
  • lower-middle and common,
  • real and detestable,
  • lower and ignorant,
  • peculiar and shallow,
  • well-educated upper,
  • depressed agricultural,
  • muscular or well-trained,
  • exceedingly contemptible,
  • deaf and similar,
  • delinquent and criminal,
  • distinct or dependent,
  • intra-periosteal,
  • industrious, toilsome,
  • illiterate and unskilled,
  • fourth standard,
  • amphibious subordinate,
  • separate and conspicuous,
  • desperate and fearless,
  • unscrupulous professional,
  • large influential,
  • abominably respectable,
  • great or showy,
  • industrious, loving,
  • humble and unpolished,
  • idle, dangerous,
  • equally loyal and deserving,
  • high-toned criminal,
  • decidedly snobbish,
  • drunken, lower,
  • special speculative,
  • theological speculative,
  • densest and most dangerous,
  • brilliant but solid,
  • aristocratic cavalier,
  • uneducated and laborious,
  • poorest and most uneducated,
  • calm, conservative,
  • economically upper,
  • uneducated, unthinking,
  • dark and deceptive,
  • regular phrenological,
  • dependent and disabled,
  • sedimentary poverty-stricken,
  • privileged patrician,
  • second, infant,
  • rightly respectable,
  • entirely highest,
  • unruly poorer,
  • local and predominant,
  • loyal and estimable,
  • pre-eminently conservative,
  • important lower,
  • simple, pitiable,
  • philosophical and infidel,
  • poorest or most illiterate,
  • rather cultured,
  • seductive, narcotic,
  • british and official,
  • impoverished and laborious,
  • non-political cultured,
  • next and most numerous,
  • official or cultured,
  • further and notable,
  • clearly imitative,
  • privileged and interested,
  • well-informed and astute,
  • intelligent and moneyed,
  • junior fifth,
  • critical music-loving,
  • lower and unsophisticated,
  • religious bourgeois,
  • better or richer,
  • shiftless and irresponsible,
  • small but very wealthy,
  • academic and agricultural,
  • lowest preparatory,
  • fugitive or sentimental,
  • distinct cultured,
  • rich and bourgeois,
  • british capitalist,
  • capitalist and aristocratic,
  • roughest and poorest,
  • rude and obstinate,
  • professional and mechanical,
  • commercial, professional and mechanical,
  • unproductive and criminal,
  • distinct and exalted,
  • entirely distinct and exalted,
  • traditionally antagonistic,
  • great, brutish,
  • strenuous and luckier,
  • widely different and lower,
  • wretched fourth,
  • slow-moving, tenacious,
  • respectable but unhappy,
  • highly respectable but unhappy,
  • upper indifferent,
  • humblest and most unpretentious,
  • higher armenian,
  • one-hour or two-hour,
  • ignorant and rowdy,
  • various money-lending,
  • moral, virtuous,
  • whole monied,
  • incapable and amoral,
  • amatory and contemplative,
  • better-educated, progressive,
  • cultured and wealthier,
  • still moderate and temperate,
  • weaker and helpless,
  • ignorant criminal,
  • industrious, grateful,
  • lower homeless,
  • timid pretentious,
  • better bucolic,
  • lower-middle or upper-lower,
  • presumably extravagant,
  • exclusive and presumably extravagant,
  • intuitively critical,
  • well-to-do and gentle,
  • distinct and very wealthy,
  • insignificant or small,
  • poor or lower,
  • privileged bourgeois,
  • rarer, different,
  • same modal,
  • thoroughly lapsed,
  • serious and very important,
  • relatively poorer,
  • interesting, high,
  • small but rather famous,
  • illogical, presumptuous,
  • numerous and most useful,
  • intellectual and better,
  • invaluable and time-honored,
  • peculiar, invaluable and time-honored,
  • particular marginal,
  • meek and magnanimous,
  • finally antagonistic,
  • separate and finally antagonistic,
  • humblest and most numerous,
  • numerous and most powerful,
  • powerful monied,
  • alert and punctual,
  • wealthier commercial,
  • useless, vicious,
  • dumb, certain,
  • defective and dependent,
  • innately defective and dependent,
  • innately defective,
  • sixth, fifth and fourth,
  • thoroly authentic,
  • medicinal or auxiliary,
  • needy or discontented,
  • poorer and lowest,
  • comparatively small and prosperous,
  • certain thoughtless,
  • intellectual and upper,
  • oppressed social,
  • distinct and even opposite,
  • distinct and very opposite,
  • unwilling higher,
  • necessarily better or worse,
  • tentative fourth,
  • intellectually influential,
  • large and intellectually influential,
  • colorless, uninteresting,
  • new dull,
  • limited cultured,
  • aristocratic diplomatic,
  • urban lower,
  • romanian upper,
  • drunken and degraded,
  • proletarian or industrial,
  • aforesaid various,
  • moneyed and industrial,
  • commercial capitalist,
  • theoretically predominant,
  • refined financial,
  • well-fed, specialized,
  • individual and reflective,
  • spanish lower,
  • selfish, social,
  • sacerdotal or military,
  • illiterate and very poor,
  • unfortunate and depressed,
  • industrious and wealthy,
  • second senior,
  • undisciplined and savage,
  • limited and rather scholastic,
  • such all-inclusive,
  • better conservative,
  • privileged and upper,
  • idle, arrogant,
  • illiterate and dangerous,
  • generous, bold,
  • idle lower,
  • pitiful, shiftless,
  • interjectional and imitative,
  • privileged, religious,
  • usual vagrant,
  • poorest military,
  • white productive,
  • numerous and annoying,
  • bureaucratic and bourgeois,
  • impoverished land-owning,
  • extremely lower,
  • worthy and not inconsiderable,
  • different philological,
  • extremely refined and cultured,
  • hard-working, poverty-stricken,
  • less mannered,
  • unstable, ignorant,
  • criminal or irresponsible,
  • local lower,
  • aristocratic or patrician,
  • jaded upper,
  • spanish upper,
  • ignorant and humble,
  • stern and obdurate,
  • oppressed lower,
  • perpetually poor,
  • accurate upper,
  • big preternatural,
  • aristocratic, privileged,
  • respectful lower,
  • hereditary senatorial,
  • city-bred and upper,
  • totally untested,
  • maudlin and lower,
  • exact spectral,
  • opulent and discreet,
  • dusty but attractive,
  • helpful, honest and loyal,
  • commercial upper-middle,
  • obviously upper,
  • suave, upper,
  • diligent, obedient,
  • regular six-month,
  • traditionally professional,
  • upper professional,
  • large and pitiable,
  • comparatively thoughtful and anxious,
  • comparatively thoughtful,
  • land-owning, military,
  • least resourceful,
  • proverbially conservative,
  • legal, scientific and administrative,
  • pronouncedly high,
  • bourgeois and lower,
  • strictly green,
  • uninformed poorer,
  • greedy intelligent,
  • upper and well-to-do,
  • degenerative or regressive,
  • briefly particular,
  • conservative or stationary,
  • anti-slavery and doctrinaire,
  • new and now familiar,
  • servile and sometimes criminal,
  • large nomadic,
  • new or separate,
  • well-to-do better,
  • small but highly respectable,
  • significant unpremeditated,
  • indigent and most laborious,
  • administrative upper,
  • well-to-do or rich,
  • languid and mangled,
  • vast and influential,
  • patrician and wealthy,
  • dependent and mendicant,
  • industrial and proprietary,
  • great and hilarious,
  • lowest laborious,
  • large degenerate,
  • large long-suffering,
  • lower and most indigent,
  • valuable but very obscure,
  • wealthy or extremely poor,
  • foreign and ignorant,
  • legally separate,
  • lower and most oppressed,
  • well-educated and intellectual,
  • typically thrifty,
  • special wealthy,
  • separate and rather superior,
  • largely similar,
  • dependent and depressed,
  • distinct servile,
  • distinct, unclean,
  • numerous, wealthy and influential,
  • more well-established,
  • indescribably vicious and repulsive,
  • indescribably vicious,
  • well-known better,
  • impetuous and unmanageable,
  • somewhat impetuous and unmanageable,
  • immense and greatly diversified,
  • dependent and industrious,
  • plebeian and servile,
  • lowest and most illiterate,
  • other or older,
  • wealthy and comparatively well-to-do,
  • specific and interested,
  • subordinate and servile,
  • permanently subordinate and servile,
  • infamous and useless,
  • privileged and oppressive,
  • capitalist and official,
  • roughly charitable,
  • increasingly fashionable,
  • large and increasingly fashionable,
  • later lower,
  • responsible and moneyed,
  • upper senior,
  • up-to-date, money-making,
  • friendly upper,
  • lower criminal,
  • lazy independent,
  • limited and wealthy,
  • ignorant and half-educated,
  • french plebeian,
  • poor, higher and lower,
  • old vassal,
  • distinctly separate and hereditary,
  • vulgar, lower,
  • useful and most productive,
  • cultured and influential,
  • highly cultured and influential,
  • worthy and numerous,
  • lapsed, degenerate and criminal,
  • regular and civilised,
  • permanent, natural,
  • privileged wealthy,
  • antique or pagan,
  • fortunate and most numerous,
  • oppressed servile,
  • improvident and idle,
  • sufficiently definite and self-contained,
  • distinctly unlucky,
  • uncommon and distinctly unlucky,
  • interesting and high-priced,
  • ignorant or uneducated,
  • lower and irregular,
  • eminently careful and high,
  • upper and sedentary,
  • limited special,
  • rich and upper,
  • degenerate and useless,
  • lower and most dangerous,
  • famous three-year,
  • italian poorer,
  • agricultural lowest,
  • charming political,
  • hypocritical, slippery,
  • upper or richer,
  • noble and idle,
  • wealthier and higher,
  • timid, oppressed,
  • staid, fossilized,
  • extremely intelligent and attentive,
  • trigonal trapezohedral,
  • sizeable upper,
  • upper and conservative,
  • european upper,
  • current criminal,
  • longer social,
  • free criminal,
  • infamous and baleful,
  • rich and middling,
  • greedy upper,
  • literate intellectual,
  • powerless lower,
  • dependent upper,
  • prosperous upper,
  • particular upper-middle,
  • ecclesiastical or governmental,
  • medieval feudalistic,
  • civil and pacific,
  • upper and commercial,
  • special sacerdotal,
  • numerous and deserving,
  • pliant and imitative,
  • wise virgin,
  • wide and numerous,
  • refined sacerdotal,
  • monied, respectable,
  • irish lower,
  • noble or official,
  • numerous and irregular,
  • unthinking and apathetic,
  • apparently unthinking and apathetic,
  • apparently unthinking,
  • vigorous and laborious,
  • literary or bookish,
  • blinking whole,
  • fourth and most numerous,
  • inferior servile,
  • fourth and large,
  • richer or upper,
  • wealthy or privileged,
  • poorer and rougher,
  • diseased and criminal,
  • legal and numerous,
  • independent and well-to-do,
  • strictly refined,
  • healthy subordinate,
  • ever helpless and degraded,
  • contemporaneously different,
  • oppressed proletarian,
  • laborious lower,
  • obedient lower,
  • wealthy official,
  • upper and military,
  • valuable and exalted,
  • ditrigonal pyramidal,
  • gentle or upper,
  • immemorial privileged,
  • large but intelligent,
  • wealthy and travelled,
  • small and truly aristocratic,
  • suddenly neurotic,
  • lazy and parasitical,
  • norwegian upper,
  • conservative well-to-do,
  • unfree and dependent,
  • pecuniary inferior,
  • latter-day upper,
  • original subservient,
  • lower delinquent,
  • hereditary indigent,
  • broader, democratic,
  • seventh or older,
  • lyceal,
  • gymnasial and lyceal,
  • patriotic agricultural,
  • cheaper and petty,
  • extensive and vicious,
  • white, longhaired,
  • lower republican,
  • cultured upper,
  • official and land-owning,
  • upper middle-age,
  • higher, cultured,
  • agricultural and wage-earning,
  • intellectual and prosperous,
  • travelled fourth,
  • significant criminal,
  • effeminate upper,
  • rural lower,
  • inventive or creative,
  • almost interstellar,
  • especial and independent,
  • desperately different,
  • generally corrupt,
  • opulent and showy,
  • large well-to-do,
  • senior preparatory,
  • upper and wealthier,
  • intelligent and ignorant,
  • least well-to-do,
  • whole wealthy,
  • extensive and ill-defined,
  • successively lower and lower,
  • lower and lower-middle,
  • dependent and delinquent,
  • upper and wealthy,
  • dangerous wealthy,
  • worst and most vicious,
  • distinct nomadic,
  • terribly impoverished,
  • large idle,
  • distinct and hereditary,
  • elegant and opulent,
  • large servile,
  • small and exceptional,
  • ever helpless,
  • conservative and well-to-do,
  • middling and upper,
  • formal hereditary,
  • skilled and managerial,
  • disparate social,
  • new unoccupied,
  • palpably lower,
  • vindictive land-owning,
  • small eligible,
  • well-to-do and poorer,
  • merely well-to-do and poorer,
  • tibetan lower,
  • mainly lower,
  • luxurious urban,
  • lower or poorer,
  • whole yearling,
  • superior and self-respecting,
  • dominant clerical,
  • successfully inquiring,
  • wealthy and official,
  • lower and fiercer,
  • lower, uneducated,
  • doggedly brave,
  • barren or unproductive,
  • commercial and wealthy,
  • fourteenth or lowest,
  • dull dominant,
  • gilded idle,
  • selfish privileged,
  • regular primary,
  • heretofore antagonistic,
  • last and most ignominious,
  • official and intellectual,
  • professional and military,
  • poorest and most numerous,
  • distinct, peculiar,
  • vertebrate and articulate,
  • poor and criminal,
  • inferior and vulgar,
  • lower jewish,
  • warlike and tyrannical,
  • middle-class or upper,
  • low and higher,
  • present non-commissioned,
  • pointless disgusting,
  • poorer and most numerous,
  • reckless lower,
  • decadent upper,
  • french privileged,
  • ignorant and lowest,
  • hereditary privileged,
  • criminal and illiterate,
  • upper or official,
  • monied and commercial,
  • lower uneducated,
  • ignorant and lower,
  • higher and cultured,
  • gay, turbulent,
  • wealthy and professional,
  • weaker rural,
  • fourth or lowest,
  • urban upper,
  • attractive and highest,
  • industrial wage-earning,
  • low and criminal,
  • average better,
  • poor upper,
  • ancient privileged,
  • necessarily useful,
  • economically privileged,
  • upper and professional,
  • whole junior,
  • bourgeois or capitalist,
  • entire junior,
  • canine upper,
  • upper and middling,
  • larger and justly influential,
  • unusual spectral,
  • intelligent criminal,
  • pentagonal and hexagonal,
  • lower upper,
  • troublesome literary,
  • just lower,
  • upper lower,
  • poorer and lower,
  • justly influential,
  • formerly self-respecting,
  • mostly quiet and well-behaved,
  • current third-year,
  • lower bourgeois,
  • defective and criminal,
  • unpleasant and intractable,
  • intelligent and most diligent,
  • ostentatiously idle,
  • luxurious and ostentatiously idle,
  • private second,
  • fifth and lowest,
  • most upper,
  • fifth or highest,
  • especially able,
  • comparatively industrious,
  • lower and uneducated,
  • chief and commoner,
  • small wealthy,
  • lower and middling,
  • sixth small,
  • fortunate and privileged,
  • fashionable upper,
  • effete upper,
  • immense and diversified,
  • limited and unimportant,
  • higher and middling,
  • large and meritorious,
  • comfortable and affluent,
  • enlightened and excellent,
  • middling and poorer,
  • salaried and professional,
  • personally responsible,
  • hairy lower,
  • native upper,
  • numerous menial,
  • moneyed upper,
  • well-defined criminal,
  • full-scale, undeclared,
  • distinct criminal,
  • upper and upper-middle,
  • middling and higher,
  • whole mammalian,
  • other introductory,
  • powerful and harmonious,
  • industrious and laborious,
  • entire uniformed,
  • so-called cultured,
  • lowliest and poorest,
  • unfortunate and degraded,
  • ignorant lower,
  • entire capitalist,
  • lowest and most ignorant,
  • narrow and privileged,
  • pseudo-professional,
  • professional criminal,
  • intra-national,
  • great vertebrate,
  • large technical,
  • codivisional,
  • small privileged,
  • so-called better,
  • british upper,
  • so-called upper,
  • middling and lower,
  • lower-middle,
  • canal, second,
  • land-owning,
  • upper-middle,
  • poorer.
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