Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aspirational.

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Examples

  • 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.

    Boston Gal's Open Wallet

  • That's when so-called "aspirationals" - middle-class shoppers with an affinity for luxury goods - are likely to return.

    SplicedFeed

  • "aspirationals" - who are always drive new cars, wearing designer labels, dropping big bucks on swanky dinners.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • 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 ''.

    The Age News Headlines

  • 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 ''.

    The Age News Headlines

  • 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.

    Larvatus Prodeo

  • When the slimy rodent's lies (interest rates and Workchoices) threatened the wallets of his darling "aspirationals" they finally turned on him.

    The Road to Surfdom

  • The aspirationals are desperate to avoid them, and this is really what the demos in Brighton are about.

    Ironic Ducks

  • The aspirationals are desperate to avoid them, and this is really what the demos in Brighton are about.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • The aspirationals are desperate to avoid them, and this is really what the demos in Brighton are about.

    Archive 2007-02-25

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