high-class

[ hahy-klas, -klahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF high-class

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He is off to Paris, where he will get a fine berth in a high-class business.

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

Used for high-class upholstery purposes, and for curtains and hangings.

Some of the Brazilian tobacco is a high-class product, but not much is exported.

A handsome volume, in good type, with high-class illustrations.

Some of her work has appeared in Harper's Magazine and other high-class periodicals.

It would be a pity to spoil one of your high-class jokes; so what was the reason?

The oil is too expensive to be used in other than high-class toilet soaps.

She had been educated in a high-class convent, where she had learned French and music.

A high-class piano is the result of very careful workmanship.

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