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  • adjective In terms of class (category, social class, school group, etc.).


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class +‎ -wise


  • So he becomes involved with a woman he regards as above him, classwise (she doesn't feel the same; she's modern in her thinking).


  • We used to say the condition I'm suffering was like being "down in the dumps," at one time in human history, about as far down classwise as a person could get.

    Hot Damn, Saddam's Gonna Hang by the Neck

  • The rules also say that a three-year School Development Plan will be chalked out about classwise enrolment, requirment of teachers and physical requirement of infrastructure as well as additional financial requirement.

    The Times of India


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