- n. Plural form of aspirational.
“That's when so-called "aspirationals" - middle-class shoppers with an affinity for luxury goods - are likely to return.”
“The book is loaded with research pointing out that it's the wannabes-the "aspirationals" - who are always drive new cars, wearing designer labels, dropping big bucks on swanky dinners.”
“aspirationals" - who are always drive new cars, wearing designer labels, dropping big bucks on swanky dinners.”
“John Howard, facing a tough election in 2001, looked out at a sea of red roofs in new suburbs, saw opportunity beckoning and defined the inhabitants as '' aspirationals ''.”
“With middle class types and "aspirationals" either losing their jobs or fearing that they will, all of a sudden it's politically respectable to make a case against things like having to exhaust all your savings and redundancy pay before your qualify for benefits.”
“When the slimy rodent's lies (interest rates and Workchoices) threatened the wallets of his darling "aspirationals" they finally turned on him.”
“The aspirationals are desperate to avoid them, and this is really what the demos in Brighton are about.”
“It has tilted way too far to the right but so has the Labor Party, both in attempts to garner votes from redneck aspirationals in mortgage belt seats.”
“Winner takes NZ$10,000, which is like what, a Chanel bag? check out some of the hilarious aspirationals who are auditioning for the next batch.”
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