Definition of 'high-class'
Example sentences containing 'high-class'
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But none knew of her secret life as a high-class hooker. The Sun (2009)You would struggle to find many other fillies who could have done this to a high-class field. The Sun (2010)To see the little filly stay on to beat such a high-class field was the thrill of a lifetime. The Sun (2006)Owning a high-class horse may be a passport to happiness but it is also a cause of rampant anxieties. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He looked outstanding and he's a high-class horse now. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is improving, and a high-class horse over a mile and a half and two miles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He's always been a high-class horse. The Sun (2015)There she tried to supply her usual high-class continental escorts to Hollywood. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She was a high-class escort who wanted to frame her ex-boyfriend. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In a high-class field though, will need to be on top of their game from the off. The Sun (2012)He was a high-class Flat horse but what pleases me is that his mind has come together now. Times, Sunday Times (2008)After all these high-class hookers in the news recently, it was great to see the opposite for once. The Sun (2010)That is high-class form and the tip showed he had trained on when scoring at Windsor on his return. The Sun (2006)He's still a high-class horse. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Trends of 'high-class'
Used Rarely. high-class is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'high-class'
British English: high-class ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as high-class, you mean that it is of very good quality or of superior social status.
...a high-class jeweller's.
Definition of high-class from the Collins English Dictionary
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