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low-class

Syllabification: low-class

Definition of low-class in English:

adjective

Of a low or inferior standard, quality, or social class: low-class places of amusement
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  • But you just can't get into the middle class today with a low-class education.
  • The conventional Vietnamese wisdom was that certain foods were low-class, common food, even though these foods were nutritious.
  • To some, the music is rude, low-class, and blatantly sexual and so could not possibly play any part in improving anyone's life.

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