What is the opposite of class?

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Noun
Opposite of a category having attributes in common while differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality
“The debate concerning the unclassifiability of the essay film has continued over the years.”
Noun
Opposite of impressive stylishness in appearance or behavior
“He sat looking at his mother for a long time, whom he often thought as possessing an element of crudeness.”
Noun
Opposite of the quality of being elegant, dignified or classy
“I'm learning to accept my awkwardness and lack of loving the social element at seemingly inopportune times.”
Noun
Opposite of a class, group, or kind sharing certain characteristics or qualities
Noun
Opposite of a class or division of people or things regarded as having particular shared characteristics
Noun
Opposite of a particular level of rank, quality, proficiency, or value
Noun
Opposite of a particular type of something in the same general category
“The role was a departure from his romantic comedy repertoire.”
Noun
Opposite of a type or class of people or things
Noun
Opposite of a collection of people, countries, or groups that combine for mutual protection or cooperation
Noun
Opposite of a period of learning or teaching
“The stories note individual transitions to a part of life when ignorance on world matters is bliss, and one is living the dreams for posterity.”
Noun
Opposite of high rank or social standing
Noun
Opposite of great skill in a particular field
“We thought he was skilled, but his incompetence would ultimately be too glaring to ignore.”
Noun
Opposite of a composed or serious manner or style
“The King carried dishonor into the most illustrious houses by that frenzied licentiousness which he had inherited from his father.”
Noun
Opposite of the name or trademark of a fashion company
“I'd suggest you buy the generic brand as you get the same product for a fraction of the cost.”
Noun
Opposite of one's social rank or position
Noun
Opposite of persons or things with something in common that are grouped together
“He brings a different kind of personality and a sense of individuality to the table.”
Noun
Opposite of heirs and assigns
Noun
Opposite of a rank in the classification of organisms, below species
Noun
Opposite of the standard reached by something or someone
Noun
Opposite of the quality that renders something desirable or valuable
Noun
Opposite of an individual stage within a succession of changes, stages, or degrees
Noun
Opposite of morality, generally or collectively
“The undisclosed purpose was to allow the founding of intergovernmental organizations to uphold the corruption of rogue states.”
Noun
(usually preceded with "usual") Opposite of the average or usual type of person or thing
“The event is similar to last year with a difference in food selections.”
Verb
Opposite of to assign or regard as belonging to a particular category
“There have been efforts through the years to declassify Pluto as a planet.”
Verb
Opposite of to estimate the value of something
Verb
Opposite of to assort according to type, category or class
Verb
Opposite of arrange systematically in groups
Verb
Opposite of to describe as, or compare to something, similar
Verb
Opposite of to give a specified name or description to
Verb
Opposite of to characterize as disgraceful or ignominious
Adjective
Opposite of showing stylish or skillful excellence
“The narrative setting for this dynamic is an intended concert performance that is thwarted by the interruptions and failures of an inept musician, ending in chaos.”
Adjective
Opposite of having style or panache
“She is seen sitting wearing a frumpy unstylish purple t-shirt with matching same-colored specs and puffy face prosthetics.”
Adjective
Opposite of bearing good value, worth or reliability
“I will tell you in good faith, Sir, that this is a worthless investment, and your money is better spent elsewhere.”
Adjective
Opposite of relating to a section or group within a community
Adjective
Opposite of having or involving a great deal of knowledge or skill in a particular area
“In inexpert hands, inappropriate investigation often takes precedence.”
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