middle-class

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

  1. occupying a position between the upper class and the working class
  2. characteristic of the middle class(es); reflective of that class's values and aspirations. Commonly associated with a desire for social respectability and an emphasis on family values and education.

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