first class

  1. the most expensive accommodations on a ship or train or plane
  2. the highest rank in a classification
  3. mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection
  1. by first class conveyance; with first class accommodations
    we always travel first class
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How To Use first class In A Sentence

  • There's more room to spread out in first class.
  • He gained a first class Honours de-gree in economics.
  • He was a left arm seamer and opening batsmen who played two first class matches.
  • During the past ten years there has been a certain inflow of foreign born doctors into Canada, a number of whom are well established in practice and rendering first class service. You and Your Doctor
  • And you call that a first class service?" snorted one indignant customer.
  • Both are homegrown, young and seemingly destined for first class careers.
  • Many thanks for a first class mag, even if I do go green with envy at some of the kit!
  • They're used to staying in the best hotels, and flying business class or first class. Times, Sunday Times
  • If spacious first class is too pricey, request the first row of coach class.
  • They believe that by travelling without the comforts of luxury hotels and first class trains they will truly experience their foreign surroundings.
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