from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking social or economic distinctions of class: a classless society.
- adj. Belonging to no particular social or economic class.
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- adj. Not divided into societal or economic groups.
- adj. Without class or classes.
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- adj. favoring social equality
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This administration has personified the word classless from day one.
I have no doubt that the Marxist communist believes that they have a philosophy which is a kind of recipe for human troubles achieving what they call the classless society.
Launched in 1959, it was dubbed the "classless car" with its drivers ranging from factory workers to film stars.
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Mix all these elements in what many call a classless society, where hippie communalism coexists with no-nonsense capitalism, and you've got a breeding ground for start-ups.
I'd call her classless, but classless people throughout the world would become offended.
TADOne Posted: Mar. 25 at 10: 43 am In rec league, this is what we would call a classless team.
"The only societies ever to be classified as classless are communist and that didn't work for long," says Adele Alexander, an assistant professor at George Washington University whose husband, Clifford Alexander, served as the first African-American secretary of the Army under Jimmy Carter.
Detroit fans claim Crosby is classless, which is ironic for a group of people that cheered when Crosby was injured and booed the Penguins receiving the Cup.
In a so-called classless society where one party rules, the government runs every aspect of individualsâ€ ™ lives, both public and private.
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