1 Too many of their fathers and grandfathers had come up to wealth from the small farmer class for that.
2 But they knew instinctively, as they knew thoroughbred horses from scrubs, that he was not of their class.
3 He was not of the planter class at all, though he was not poor white.
4 The better class of them, scorning freedom, were suffering as severely as their white masters.
5 Many loyal field hands also refused to avail themselves of the new freedom, but the hordes of "trashy free issue niggers," who were causing most of the trouble, were drawn largely from the field-hand class.
6 And now this class, the lowest in the black social order, was making life a misery for the South.
7 But they were, as a class, childlike in mentality, easily led and from long habit accustomed to taking orders.
8 And she felt a closer kinship with him than with many men of her own class, for Johnnie knew the value of money.
9 Don't put yourself in his class.
10 But Miz Kennedy--well, she just ain't in the same class with you, Miz Wilkes.
11 It was hard to say which class was more cordially hated by the settled citizenry, the impractical Yankee schoolmarms or the Scallawags, but the balance probably fell with the latter.
12 She did not hesitate to display arrogance to her new Republican and Scallawag friends but to no class was she ruder or more insolent than the Yankee officers of the garrison and their families.
13 She belonged to the class of old New Yorkers who have always lived well, dressed expensively, and done little else; and to these inherited obligations Mrs. Peniston faithfully conformed.
14 In her class there were two or three prettier girls, but none more eager.
15 He led a giggling class through the prisons, the charity bureaus, the employment agencies of Minneapolis and St. Paul.