First Known Use of upper-class
Definition 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
Shaving dishes were popular with Spanish and Portuguese royalty and the upper classes during this era.
The data from private services used by middle and upper class—schools, nannies, private mental health and drug treatment services, luxury rehab—simply isn’t available.
After Gold Rush Ross Norman, a gold dealer with a store tucked in a corner of London frequented by the upper classes, started exchanging gold for bitcoin via an intermediary three months ago.
Before that, novels were about the upper classes, or the bourgeoisie, but never the people who work or the poor.
In essence, Get Out is an extension of the Key and Peele formula, as the African American protagonist finds himself at the mercy of a seemingly idyllic, upper class white family.
Vishnu’s gym attracted members of Mumbai’s upper classes who’d heard of Sandow, as well as pro-independence fighters.
The upper class eats steak at the Four Seasons at Christmas.
Even Republicans were kind of embarrassed by him—at least those who tend to be more upper class or upper-middle class.
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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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