high-class

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high-class (comparative more high-class, superlative most high-class)

  1. Upper-class.
  2. Recognized for its quality.
    We bought it at a high-class shop downtown, expensive but worth it.
    She's nothing but a high-class prostitute, even if she is earning $2,000 a night.
    • 2022 February 27, Phil McNulty, “Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      Kelleher made it 11 penalties from 11 for Liverpool but Kepa blazed wildly over the top as a high-class showpiece was decided by the finest of margins after 21 successful attempts.

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