Words nearby high-class
Origin of high-class
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Meanwhile, the company says it is having difficulty meeting rising demand around the globe, which is a high-class problem.
Grey played Christine, a high-class escort in New York City whose clients have become more frugal due to the financial crisis.Hollywood’s Favorite Ex–Porn Star: A Chat With Sasha Grey|Marlow Stern|February 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Should Kate become a high-class call girl in the national interest?Prospective Labour MP Jokes: Pimp Out Kate To Solve Debt Crisis|Tom Sykes|February 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The place was a high-class dope den and crack was in its heyday.Ted Williams: My Time With the Homeless Man With the Golden Voice|Mansfield Frazier|January 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
With a spate of layoffs kicking in, worrying about your 401(k) starts to look like a high-class problem.
It might even be insisted that girls with high-class badges should be attended by footmen, grooms, or even military escorts.A Treatise on Parents and Children|George Bernard Shaw
When the demand for high-class products fell, the English farmer felt it directly.Hodge and His Masters|Richard Jefferies
I mean to build, in your cemetery, a high-class and imperishable granite tomb for myself.Solander's Radio Tomb|Ellis Parker Butler
It would be a pity to spoil one of your high-class jokes; so what was the reason?The Strange Case of Mortimer Fenley|Louis Tracy
But the Italian patriot was a high-class beggar; he was collecting funds, and had no idea of wasting his time in hard work.The Book of the Bush|George Dunderdale