- adj. Not affluent.
- non- + affluent (Wiktionary)
“Underlying this criticism is a curious normative premise: that the nonaffluent ought to prioritize their material interests over moral and cultural concerns.”
“This means Mr. Obama won many of the nonaffluent voters who had supported John Edwards in earlier states.”
“If you come from a nonaffluent background, succeeding in college takes special effort.”
“But as genetic enhancements accumulate from one generation to the next in affluent countries, the gap between affluent and nonaffluent countries could widen unimaginably until our species commonality is irrevocably severed.”
“Principles of social equality might lead a society to reject the use of a technology that could greatly widen the gap between affluent and nonaffluent segments of humanity.”
“And both accounts - examples of nonaffluent parents of color taking their children's education into their own hands - demonstrate two key principles that are instructive for education reform.”
“Although locally advanced breast cancer is relatively infrequent in affluent countries compared with nonaffluent countries, it is still an area of medical need, especially in regions of the world where diagnosis tends to occur late for cultural or economic reasons,”
“Liberals believe that’s not just the humane and decent thing to do for the nonaffluent, but is directly and indirectly beneficial for everyone else.”
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