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Women are still treated like second-class citizens in many ways.

Unless they do,” she says, “victims of violence by NFL players will continue to be treated as second-class citizens.

Still, this is what trans people live with: being treated as second-class citizens, even by others in the “LGBT community.”

They do it because they want women to be submissive, second-class citizen.

The train was still moving, and a cold wind rushed into the open second-class compartment.

She had paid second-class fare, and was shown a small dark berth not far from the first cabin places.

As you said, I am only picking up a living here, and even the passage by your own second-class steamship line is expensive.

One door each side on the port and starboard sides aft into the forward second-class entrance.

I want to photograph you with the third-class passengers, then the second-class, and have you shown playing games on deck.

This band was only to receive a second-class medal, for one cannot give first-class medals to everybody, can one?


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to second-class, such as: average, bad, base, common, déclassé, and fair.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.