plebeian[ pli-bee-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF plebeian
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLEBEIAN
He's a plebeian from his thick shoe soles to his thin hair; but he's honest.
Well; there is nothing like being a plebeian and a Prime Minister!
Just this: you'll have to fight; and if you were a 'Gemeiner'—a plebeian—you'd get off.
I believe he was shocked by my plebeian abruptness but he was too polite to show it.
He was a German plebeian, with no chance ever to improve his condition.
If he had not the air of a thoroughbred, he had none of the plebeian clumsiness of the cart-horse.
"Patrician and plebeian must stand or fall together, my Marcia," he said quietly.
The Plebeian order was composed of the lowest class of freemen.
She was fresh and pretty-looking, but of plebeian figure and countenance.
Her plebeian, insolent little round face so kindly in repose.
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