1. Of or pertaining to the working class; suggestive of the working class in manner of speaking, outlook, appearance or other qualities.
    • 2001, Stephen Hopkins, ‎Cathy Long, ‎John Williams, Passing Rhythms: Liverpool FC and the Transformation of Football, page 27:
      It was a very working-class crowd on the Kop, mainly dockers and the like.

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