second-class (not comparable)

  1. Inferior in quality or standing.
    He complained he felt like a second-class citizen, but everyone felt put upon that day.
    Using second-class parts for the repair was false economy because they soon broke and had to be fixed again.
    We shipped the package by second-class postage.
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