First Known Use of upper-class
Examples of upper class in a Sentence
a popular pastime among the upper classes
a member of the upper class
Recent Examples of upper class from the Web
Here are the top five states for the upper class: 1.
According to Thumma and his research colleagues, the different locations are also reflected in the members' profiles: Whereas the average U.S. megachurch member has a middle or upper class background, this is less true abroad.
For now, bitcoin is mostly accessible to Venezuela’s middle and upper class, those with college degrees and often multiple passports or access to bank accounts outside of the country.
Strontium isotope ratios in the jawbone match those in the local rocks and soil around Ceibal, so the cat was local, and certainly no one but the upper class could have afforded to raise a jaguar.
Washlets once again made bidets something for the upper classes.
For the first time in decades, these cleavages are spilling over into the insulated world of its globalized upper class.
Her parents -- upper class land owners in the south -- faced persecution once the North Vietnamese took control.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel The Mo Pop Festival's strongest lineup yet includes Bon Iver's first Detroit show in a decade, alongside an indie-rock upper class that includes the National, St. Vincent and Portugal.
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First Known Use of upper class
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UPPER-CLASS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of upper class for English Language Learners
: a social class that is above the middle class : the highest social class
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