She is touring what she calls “this great unwashed middle of the country” in an effort to divine the mood of the midterms.
They are the great unwashed, the mutable many, the common people.
"Morgan calls politics the sport of the great unwashed," observed Anne.
The "great unwashed" were not so from choice, it would appear.
great unwashed fleeces are counted slowly out from the smoke-stack.
My sympathy with the great unwashed is not deep enough for me to be willing to have you mingle with them.
Those who belong to the family of the "great unwashed," will find to their cost that bees are decided foes to all of their tribe.
At last, in 1833, an actual collision took place between them and the great unwashed in Coldbath Fields.
What Confucius thinks, no literary man, and much less the great unwashed, would ever dare to dispute.
It is even so; travellers on the Alaskan trails as well as natives belong to the "great unwashed."