from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal One of distinctive and superior quality: "Academy members ... tend to favor films that will make Hollywood seem a class act instead of a hotbed of money-grubbing vulgarians” ( Jay Carr).
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- n. An entity exhibiting high class especially through refinement of demeanor, conscientiousness of behavior, and/or skillfulness in performance; or an exhibition of high class especially of one or more of those types:
- n. Used sarcastically, a person, entity, event, or action entity exhibiting the opposite of the above characteristics, i.e., boorish, unprincipled, and/or bungling behavior
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- n. someone who shows impressive and stylish excellence
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