- of or relating to a society in which there are no economic or social distinctions.
- (of an individual) not having membership in a social or economic class or group.
Origin of classless
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Examples from the Web for classless
My friend, Guardian columnist and feminist author Jessica Valenti, was called a “CLASSLESS WOMEN [sic] WHO TAKES PANTS DOWN.”Hobby Lobby: Sex, Lies, and Craft Supplies
July 2, 2014
FCC chairman Michael Powell deemed it “classless, crass and deplorable.”Super Bowl’s ‘Nipplegate’ Fiasco 10 Years Later: The Pop Diva, the Boob, and the Outrage
February 1, 2014
That being said, I find it very distasteful and classless when either side does it.Poll Results: Readers Not Appalled by the President's Statements
April 5, 2012
There could be no such thing as a classless society, of course.The Highest Treason
It is this advocacy of classless levelism which constitutes the theoretical core of revolutionary socialism.
Under a classless administration the world would soon become comparatively rich and happy.
Industrialism must take it down and rebuild it upon the rock of classless labor.
A purely social morality (if morality be the proper name for the highest conduct in a classless society) is even yet impossible.Socialism: Positive and Negative
Robert Rives La Monte
- not belonging to or forming a class
- characterized by the absence of economic and social distinctions
Word Origin and History for classless
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