The socioeconomic class between the working class and the upper class, usually including professionals, highly skilled laborers, and lower and middle management.(noun)
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Use "middle class" in a sentence
"The educated children of the middle class demanded more than seats at the opera and concerts in the Ezbekiyyeh Gardens."
"In the same vein, “Cassandra” warned of “an aristocratical junto” that was “straining every nerve to frustrate our virtuous endeavors and to make the common and middle class of people their beasts of burden.”"
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