first-class

[ furst-klas, -klahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF first-class

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FIRST-CLASS

But for first-class highwaymen yarns, this other edition is the best.

A first-class ticket he took, and a first-class compartment he entered.

If it gets broken, send it to none but a first-class machinist for repairs.

By trade he was a wood-carver, and a first-class hand at his job.

The canon responded with some restraint and then stepped into a first-class carriage.

"Quite an ovation," she cried, sprawling out of her first-class carriage.

Would you try one of my cigars; they are really a first-class brand.

They had taken her down below somewhere, first-class saloon.

Alone in his first-class, he had leisure to think over his plans.

A bloomin', stinkin', first-class imposyshun—but it don't tyke me in.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FIRST-CLASS

first-rate

adjectivehighest quality
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