class[ klas, klahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF class
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLASS
You can just as well get into the hundred million class as not, and I know it.
The carriages are of two sorts—the first class, and the char-à-banc.
Persons of every class are crowded together, here, in one dense mass.
And to-day we have three novelists of the third class, good, capable craftsmen.
Then followed some of the second class, Stevenson, Meredith, Hardy.
I believe most of this class regarded their presence as a favor granted her.
At times, also, he gave instruction to an evening class in psalmody.
She had just taken the class, and was so unfortunate as not to be acquainted with their names.
Now, will one of you be kind enough to introduce himself and the class?
A thing which Dirk hated, in common with all persons of his class.