déclassée

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déclassée

(French deklɑse)
adj
(of a female) having lost social standing or status
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Fancy her feelings when he married a flower girl who had become declassee under extraordinary circumstances which were now notorious!
The journalist then hones in on narcotecture's apparently declassee predicament: "Imagine entering a furniture store and being told you had 60 s to choose the furnishings for 15 rooms" (Dl).
La Tunisie a ete carrement declassee, flanquee du tres peu glorieux risque "assez eleve".
Longtemps sacralisee, la classe ouvriere, sous l'effet conjugue des evolutions technologiques et de la crise, a ete progressivement declassee.
Today, when smoking is considered declassee rather than sophisticated, fewer than one-fifth do.
Though "Bad Grandpa" star Johnny Knoxville joked to Variety that he was as "stunned as everyone else we didn't get the nod for best picture," once you get past the giddy high of this declassee comedy competing for Oscar gold you get to the real wonder, which is the work itself.
As she feels declassee, she worships the ruling class.
91) Cette partie n'integre pas l'examen des questions touchant a la possibilite pour certains acteurs d'ignorer les accords signes volontairement et de se referer exclusivement a la constitution dans l'exercice du pouvoir d'Etat, bien que cette constitution, a l'origine de certaines crises, soit declassee ou mise entre parentheses a la faveur des compromis ou des arrangements politiques.
La France ne peut pas se permettre d'etre declassee.
Hortense's golden future is soon proved to be feeble and unstable and as she leaves the security of home in a little village to immerse into the open space of a big city such as Kingston she is declassee because of her illegitimate social origin when applying for a job at the Church of England school in Kingston (86).
Balzac's Lucien was the son of a dead pharmacist and a well-born woman (nee Rubenpre) who was declassee by her marriage to a commoner and now by her occupation as a nurse (she cares for pregnant women).
Nous arrivons alors dans une troisieme periode, un troisieme seuil, marque par une presence massive d'une minorite de culture et/ou de conviction musulmane (environ 8 % de la population francaise), souvent socialement declassee, dans la France metropolitaine.