Thesaurus / first-class
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Every one who has had the honour of acquaintance with a first-class office boy will understand.

Like competent train despatchers, men able to be first-class chief operators are few and far between.

Danger SignalsJohn A. Hill and Jasper Ewing Brady

All first-class managers forbid the artists to be seen in "the front of the house."

Bridget was not a first-class cook, and her limited repertory rendered the bill of fare wearisome and monotonous.

The Gentle Art of Cooking WivesElizabeth Strong Worthington

I saw the agents of the house in town this morning, and they tell me it is quite a first-class appointment for a mercantile one.

As the train left Detroit one morning, Edison, as usual, went back into the first-class coach with the morning papers.

"Say Fellows--"Wade C. Smith

They all seemed glad to hear of his success, and to know that he was coming home as a first-class passenger.

Yet for first-class homemade products there is a market in all large cities.

Our railroad transits have invariably been first-class, and our hotels generally.

And it looks good—these are first-class cages they've given us.

TriplanetaryEdward Elmer Smith

WORDS RELATED TO FIRST-CLASS

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