GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. occupying the lower part of the middle socioeconomic range in a society.
- adj. occupying the lower part of the middle socioeconomic range in a society
“These phenomena reflected a growing sense of cultural solidarity among lower-middle-class whites — a solidarity defined by a yearning for American “authenticity,” a folksy realness that rejects the global, the urban, and the effete in favor of nostalgia for “the way things used to be.””
“Palin perfected the "art" of Evangelical self-banishment and then took victimhood to new levels of success by cashing in on white lower-middle-class resentment of America's elites.”
“He was a lower-middle-class boy made good after a dreadful childhood, when his father was imprisoned for debt.”
“There are almost 600 million people living south of Mexico's Rio Bravo, and a majority of them are either lower-middle-class or poor.”
“We see the line that separates our Prius, hovering silently at the crosswalk, from the corner, where 50 lower-middle-class children wait for the bus.”
“It helps that there are affinities between author and subject – a lower-middle-class south London childhood, for instance – that were absent from Lodge's earlier novel about Henry James.”
“You might think this problem only lies with the lower-middle-class redneck types, but they're the unwashed republicans that make up the majority of the party.”
“She will be raking in money on the speech-making circuit, has a book deal, and is being courted as a national tv or radio "hostess", and if she can further inflame the frightened lower-middle-class mostly white people who are still "afraid" that Obama is a Muslim terrorist or some such nonsense, she will do it!”
“While affluent consumers are spending freely, lower-middle-class shoppers, like many of those buying Jordans, have proved increasingly frugal.”
“And he said last night that he and Obama are competing for the same lower-middle-class, blue-collar voters.”
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