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Upper-class   /ˈəpər-klæs/   Listen
Upper-class

adjective
1.
Occupying the highest socioeconomic position in a society.






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"Upper-class" Quotes from Famous Books



... process underwent a fundamental change. So far it would seem to have retained an operative element, but in the transformation that now took place this was entirely eliminated, and the whole Order was transformed into a middle-and upper-class speculative body. This coup d'etat, already suggested in 1703, took place in 1716, when four London lodges of Freemasons met together at the Apple Tree Tavern in Charles Street, Covent Garden, "and having ...
— Secret Societies And Subversive Movements • Nesta H. Webster



Words linked to "Upper-class" :   lower-class, property-owning, quality, status, position, tweedy, wellborn, middle-class, u, propertied



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