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Definition of "classed" []

  • A collection or division of people or things sharing a common characteristic, attribute, quality, or property (noun)
  • A group of persons sharing a similar social position and certain economic, political, and cultural characteristics (noun)
  • (in Marxist theory) a group of persons sharing the same relationship to the means of production (noun)
  • The pattern of divisions that exist within a society on the basis of rank, economic status, etc (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A group of pupils or students who are taught and study together (noun)
  • A meeting of a group of students for tuition (noun)
  • A group of students who graduated in a specified year (noun)
  • A grade of attainment in a university honours degree (noun)
  • One of several standards of accommodation in public transport (noun)
  • Excellence or elegance, esp in dress, design, or behaviour (noun)
  • Outstanding speed and stamina in a racehorse (noun)
  • Any of the taxonomic groups into which a phylum is divided and which contains one or more orders. Amphibia, Reptilia, and Mammalia are three classes of phylum Chordata (noun)
  • To have or assign a place within a group, grade, or class (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of class. (verb)

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Use "classed" in a sentence
  • "Sterne from his continuator, this is, of course, to be classed from the German point of view at that time as a borrowing from"
  • "This will add the Zoom Effect to any a tag classed with zoom, and will show content relating to the id referenced in the href of the a tag."
  • "Shpack is herein classed Russian for lack of a more adequate term; for Shpack's father, a Slavonic convict from the Lower Provinces, had escaped from the quicksilver mines into Northern Siberia, where he knew Zimba, who was a woman of the Deer People and who became the mother of Shpack, who became the grandfather of Jees Uck. Now had not Shpack been captured in his boyhood by the Sea People, who fringe the rim of the Arctic Sea with their misery, he would not have become the grandfather of Jees Uck and there would be no story at all."