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Antonyms of CLASSY:
unstylish, styleless, cheesy, coarse, crude, flamboyant, flashy, garish, gaudy, glitzy, grotesque, loud, raffish, splashy, tacky, tawdry, ticky-tacky, rough-edged, rough-hewn, rude, trashy, uncouth, uncultivated, uncultured, unpolished, unrefined, vulgar, dowdy, graceless, inelegant, tasteless, unfashionable, unhandsome.
Misspellings for CLASSY:
claass, casy's, cleshay, classsic, closs, clutsy, jelsosy, clease, classs, cloesy, cassy, coarsly, clasify, clkass, closey, classare, fglass, ckass, clsss, claser, calos, calss, claery, classon, glassd, classi, klassic, clasiic, calse, chassy, cassey, calssic, clasic, clusmy, claas, clausew, plessy, clartiy, closesy, classife, callsv, classer, classly, cloase, casuly, cllas, clsoley, closly, closser, clairs, clase, clars, lcass, clamsy, clasffie, clarfy, classe, cloaser, glazy, clumssy, closley, claseese, colassal, lassy, gllass, clasico, calass, clashs, classroo, cleosyn, cloesly, aclass, cvlass, closse, clasess, calso, classas, clats, classey, clossly, clashy, classc, lausy, lclass, cllass, classm8, gleass, cless, claose, clasy, classa, glasse, calssify, clummsy, cossy, glossey, classifiy, clssic, cluess, clarfiy, ghasly, calsl, collassal, cluas, glasss, jelausy, blasay, calws, coasy, clais, cluss, calyso, cloas, jealasy, cleshey, cleasr, causy, classfy, claasic, classoom, glassey, highclass, clasue, clasuse, cassa, cleaser, colassaly, clawss, claissic, jalissa, calusly, classsed, cklass, classeoom, classie, classom, clauss, classt, eclass, ccass, clarty, classof, classis, classik, classiy, classyfy, claus, cloaswe, clubsy.
Examples of usage:
  1. But it is some classy order, all right, if you come to think of it; I guess I won't commence to- day.
    "From the Car Behind", Eleanor M. Ingram.
  2. Tom Hartshorne- no one who ever spoke two words with him could call him anything else but " Tom"- was the only exception to this rule; the others were all men of a class, " classy," without any distinctive individuality.
    "Caught in a Trap", John C. Hutcheson.
  3. They were exceedingly " classy"; they affected to regard all the Society of the city with scorn, and had their own all- the- year- round diversions- an open- air horse show in summer, and in the fall fox- hunting in fancy uniforms.
    "The Metropolis", Upton Sinclair.