Similar words: middle-class, middle, middle ground, in the middle of, fiddle, class, a class, classic. Meaning: n. the social class between the lower and upper classes middle-class. adj. occupying a socioeconomic position intermediate between those of the lower classes and the wealthy.
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1 He belongs to the lower middle class.
2 Party activists with lower middle class pedigrees are numerous.
3 The play mocks the pretensions of the new middle class.
4 Captain Gulliver was a middle class,[www.Sentencedict.com] nautical man.
5 They consider themselves to be middle class.
6 She comes from an upper middle class background.
7 We live in a middle class neighbourhood.
8 The upper middle class tend to go into business or the professions, becoming, for example, lawyers, doctors or accountants.
9 He intends to redistribute income from the middle class to poorer paid employees and pensioners.
10 Brought up in what he describes as 'a middle class ghetto', he imagined that all people were as privileged as he was.
11 However, a middle class is growing.
12 What matters is the expectations of the middle class.
13 The middle class found this hard to understand.
14 They were better than middle class.
15 Tax reforms did not benefit the middle class.
16 There is no middle class and little opportunity to improve one's lot.
17 Forecasts of the size of the world middle class are of course problematic.
18 The middle class either colluded or went abroad in disgust.
19 By the late seventies the middle class had expanded beyond the point of safety and disaster did strike.
20 We can now move on to analyse the middle class and the varied strata within it in terms of this dynamic of structuration.
21 This led to the creation of a new, affluent middle class.
22 The civil service became the preserve of the educated middle class.
23 He also said Republicans would make several attempts to pass tax cuts aimed at businesses and the middle class.
24 Connell notes that for individuals, the tax burden would shift from the wealthy to the middle class.
25 The image of the civil service as a male, middle class bastion is now outdated.
26 Their failure to attain status comparable to that of older market-sector professions corrodes' middle class, conservatism.
27 Another correspondent asked for cheap tracts which she could distribute to the poor as the middle class were already knowledgeable.
28 Most beneficiaries of federal housing subsidies are wealthy or at least upper middle class.
29 But there is evidence that working class women bitterly resented what they regarded as middle class interference.
30 The United States has traditionally offered the poor relatively easy access to the middle class if they can find steady work.
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