second-class citizen


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second-class citizen

n
(Sociology) a person whose rights and opportunities are treated as less important than those of other people in the same society
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second-class citizen

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I always believed that it is better to be a first-class citizen in India than a second-class citizen abroad," said Kapadia, during his felicitation by the Bombay Parsi Punchayat here on Saturday.
My name is Mike and I am, apparently, a second-class citizen.
This way she can daydream about that heady night of breaking class barriers while doing her chores as second-class citizen in her stepfamily.
McNab hailed the ruling and said he was tired of "being treated like a second-class citizen because I was not a Catholic.
Biddy Owens, a 17-year-old equipment manager, is part of a first-class baseball team but feels like a second-class citizen.
The difficulties of her impoverished life in London during the early 1960s provide the subject for her first two books, In the Ditch (1972) and Second-Class Citizen (1974).
In fact he's starting to treat me like a second-class citizen and says quite hurtful things.
I am a non-smoker whose husband is a two packet-a-day man and I am fed up with him being treated as a second-class citizen.
She wanted to be free Like everyone else; she was tired of being a second-class citizen.
senator Strom Thurmond, who knew who her father was, met hint several times, and yet never revealed her parentage because it might negatively affect the career of a man who was determined to keep her a second-class citizen in her own country.
Last but not least, there's Honey Brown, an impious, conniving, gold-digging stripper who is tired of living like a second-class citizen.
Well I can assure him I feel far from being a second-class citizen, I ama British pensioner with a long memory and proud to be.