Working-class definition

The socioeconomic class consisting of people who work for wages, especially low wages, including unskilled and semiskilled laborers and their families.
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Workers as a class; esp., industrial or manual workers as a class; proletariat.
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The social class of those who perform physical work for a living, as opposed to the professional or middle class, the upper class, or others.
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Relating to the working class; suggestive of the working class in manner of speaking, outlook, appearance or other qualities.
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Of or pertaining to the working class.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
working-class
Plural:
working-classes