Definition of Social station

1. Noun. Position in a social hierarchy. "The British are more aware of social status than Americans are"

Exact synonyms: Rank, Social Rank, Social Status
Generic synonyms: Position, Status
Specialized synonyms: Place, Station, Quality



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Social Station

social relation
social responsibilities
social responsibility
social safety net
social science
social sciences
social scientist
social season
social secretary
social security
social security number
social security numbers
social service
social skills
social smoker
social station (current term)
social status
social statuses
social stigma
social stigmas
social stratification
social structure
social studies
social support
social system
social therapy
social trading
social unit
social values
social welfare

Literary usage of Social station

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1. The American Democrat, Or, Hints on the Social and Civic Relations of the by James Fenimore Cooper (1838)
"social station is that which one possesses in the ordinary associations, and is dependent on birth, education, personal qualities, property, tastes, habits, ..."

2. The American Democrat: Or, Hints on the Social and Civic Relations of the by James Fenimore Cooper (1838)
"Although the latter undeniably is sometimes admitted to control social station, it generally depends, however, on the other considerations named. ..."

3. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"(3) Ideals depend on Home Life and social station. — The children of the poor have relatively simple and " low " ideals, and look forward, according to ..."

4. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"(3) Ideals depend on Home Life and social station. — The children of the poor have relatively simple and " low " ideals, and look forward, according to ..."

5. Principles of Secondary Education by Paul Monroe (1914)
"(3) Ideals depend on Home Life and social station. — The children of the poor have relatively simple and " low " ideals, and look forward, according to ..."

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