high class[ hahy-klas, -klahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF high class
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Collins is the founder of a new school of poetry, of a high class.
Mrs. Shelby was a woman of high class, both intellectually and morally.
We only have one class of people in Virginia—the high class.
It may be presumed that his own orthodoxy was not of a high class.
They supposed that Jericho was the Paris of the high class Jews of those days.
He ought really to be in an asylum but there is no high class asylum in Hungary.
But of course this is said only in reference to choirs of a high class.
"The music here does not seem of a high class," said MTutor.
These last, who are high class scavengers, are entitled to first mention.
I had to explain what a gas mask is, but they knew what killing is and what high class is.