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bourgeoisification

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The act or process of adopting or the condition of having adopted the characteristics attributed to the bourgeoisie.

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  • noun humorous The process of adopting or the condition of adopting the characteristics of the bourgeoisie; embourgeoisement.

Etymologies

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bourgeois +‎ -ification (“becoming”)

Examples

  • Here is an interview with Michel Pinçon in LeJournalduNet on the subject of the wealthy class in France and an interview on the "bourgeoisification" of Paris.

    Sociologie de Paris?

  • Here is an interview with Michel Pinçon in LeJournalduNet on the subject of the wealthy class in France and an interview on the "bourgeoisification" of Paris.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The ANC spokesman was himself a victim of Manamela's wrath, who said "bourgeoisification" of the ANC was increasingly becoming dangerous for the country and the poor.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Manamela said the YCL stood behind Nzimande's call for the teaching of dialectical and historic materialism in schools, his commitment to the fight against HIV and Aids, the eradication of poverty and for a challenge to the "bourgeoisification" of the ANC.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Once a person gets a cell phone or otherwise tinged by modernity, the whole big family thing loses its appeal and bourgeoisification starts to set in.

    Unthreaded #8 « Climate Audit

  • Once a person gets a cell phone or otherwise tinged by modernity, the whole big family thing loses its appeal and bourgeoisification starts to set in.

    Unthreaded #8 « Climate Audit

  • Consequently, with no petty gentry to set the pace, the bourgeoisification of the working class, though it is taking place in the North, is taking place more slowly.

    The Road to Wigan Pier

  • "Catholics of this persuasion," Sheed writes, "agonized more over their own bourgeoisification than over any outside danger."

    Catholics

  • A general ‘bourgeoisification’, a deliberate destruction of the equalitarian spirit of the first few months of the revolution, was taking place.

    Homage to Catalonia

  • Consequently, with no petty gentry to set the pace, the bourgeoisification of the working class, though it is taking place in the North, is taking place more slowly.

    North and South

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