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adjective as in first-class

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These are very high class problems, being in New York and being in a film that people want to talk about.

The last Dryden High class that really knew Billy, Scott, Sarah, Jen, Katie, and Mike is graduating this year.

Meanwhile, the company says it is having difficulty meeting rising demand around the globe, which is a high-class problem.

Grey played Christine, a high-class escort in New York City whose clients have become more frugal due to the financial crisis.

Should Kate become a high-class call girl in the national interest?

The artists made dough and the dealers made dough and the customers thought they were getting high class stuff.

There were a few police cars in front of the high-class apartment where Harry Duggin had lived, and where he had died.

Yet Macaulay Carvel was not to be despised on account of his high-class mediocrity.

And then face the "high-class residences," and humble your heart.

Anyhow, it was to see a high-class and improving entertainment, I know.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to high-class, such as: classy, deluxe, best, choice, elite, and superior.

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