bour·geoise|\ ˈbu̇rzh-ˌwäz also ˈbu̇zh- or ˈbüzh- or bu̇rzh-ˈwäz\
Definition of bourgeoise
: a woman of the middle class
Examples of bourgeoise in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebBougie —a shortened slang for bourgeoise—brunches don’t necessarily have to be stuffy and formal.
John-john Williams Iv, baltimoresun.com, 9 July 2019 And given how much new revenue Democrats can generate just by restoring Obama-era tax rates on the superrich and corporations, odds are the party will avoid picking a fight with the blue-state bourgeoise.
Eric Levitz, Daily Intelligencer, 25 Apr. 2018
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