lower-class[ loh-er-klas, -klahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF lower-class
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOWER-CLASS
Swallowed in the vortex of lower-class life of Paris—dead, probably.
But it resembled some lower-class citizen's family carryall.
The photoplays have done something to reunite the lower-class families.
It is only the lower-class women who sleep on the house-tops.
Josephina is Finn and lower-class with a foreign look, and she is forty-five and looks sixty and is twelve years out of Finland.
This is generally occupied by some lower-class deity, who is just beginning to be considered respectable.
It is undoubtedly true that a large portion of the lower-class Irish consider it no disgrace to beg from an American.
He was good-looking, but of a more serious cast of features than is common with the lower-class Irish.
The State must needs go on seeking conquest, by reason alike of the lower-class and the upper-class problem.
He knew many of the older stories of the country, the Missions, the Indians, and the lower-class Mexicans.