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  2. The upper middle class is often made up of highly educated business and professional people with high incomes, such as doctors, lawyers, stockbrokers, and CEOs. The upper class Comprising only 1 to 3 percent of the United States population, the upper class holds more than 25 percent of .
  3. adjective (first-class when prenominal) of the best or highest class or grade a first-class citizen. excellent; first-rate. of or denoting the most comfortable and expensive class of accommodation in a .
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  5. 1. Constituting or belonging to the first, highest, or best group in a system of classification: a first-class hotel. 2. Of the foremost excellence or highest quality; first-rate: a first-class mind. first′ class′ adv. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.
  6. The first class passengers were the well-off upper and middle classes (and their servants), they included American millionaires such as Benjamin Gugghenheim, John Jacob Astor and railway magnate Charles M. Hays as well as the cream of British society including the Countess of Rothes, the eminent journalist W.T. Stead and noted couturière 'Lucile', Lady Duff Gordon.
  7. Most of those on in first class were traveling with an entourage which might include one or all of the following: a nurse for the children, a maid, valet, cook, and chauffer. A first class ticket ranged anywhere from thirty pounds to pounds. In today’s money you could expect to pay an average of $70, per first class ticket.

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