First Known Use of second-class
Definition of second class
Examples of second class in a Sentence
The airline offers special services for travelers in first and second class.
She got an upper second class in English at Oxford.
Recent Examples of second class from the Web
If there are more than 22, the district can open a second class, officials said.
The concept, which essentially establishes two-way contract players as the NBA’s second class of 16th and 17th roster spots, has caught on quickly.
Ferrara and McMurray are members of the Best and Brightest Initiative’s second class.
The Titanic featured an onboard swimming pool, a gymnasium, a squash court, and a Turkish bath and two separate libraries — one for first-class passengers, and one for second class.
Salay said this is the second class Kellwell has done, the first being in Marion County.
Combined with preferred boarding for the airline's frequent fliers, the system creates two classes of travelers on an airline whose CEO says there is no second class: those with priority boarding and those without.
Pittsburgh native Pete Tolman was working as the executive chef at Giant Eagle when he was tapped to join Smallman's second class of aspiring restaurant owners.
Brock headed to second title game Brock coach Chad Worrell has reached his second Class 3A Division I title game in three years after the Eagles ran away from Kemp 49-21.
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First Known Use of second class
SECOND-CLASS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of second class for English Language Learners
: a level of service on a train, ship, etc., that is just below first class
: a class of mail in the U.S. that includes newspapers, magazines, etc.
: a class of mail in the UK that costs less and takes longer to arrive than first class
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