second-class

[ sek-uh nd-klas, -klahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF second-class
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SECOND-CLASS

They were seated in a second-class railway carriage by this time.

"We are going for cattle," and he took two second-class tickets for Dalby.

A second-class compartment of a corridor carriage, in motion.

The second-class and steerage passengers were equally anxious.

The lists had just appeared, and he was only a second-class man.

He was industrious, patient, and honest with a sort of second-class honesty.

The second-class passengers were all in their berths, and many of them asleep.

In the civil service he was given only second-class consulates.

The second-class carriages there are fit for anybody to travel in.

The second-class bag with the papers was scarcely less exciting.

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