Synonym: gentleman, nobleman. Similar words: meritocracy, Democrat, democratic, stock, democracy, arise, parish, scratch. Meaning: ['ærɪstəkræt] n. a member of the aristocracy.
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(1) Vargas plays the part of treacherous aristocrat who betrays his king and country.
(2) Not one grown man, aristocrat or peasant, is worthy of respect when you really know him.
(3) He was promoted by the emperor, made an aristocrat, and be-came wealthy.
(4) Its founder was Paul Thiry, Baron d'Holbach, an aristocrat by acquisition not birth.
(5) There the master is a humane aristocrat possessed of a fine library, progressive opinions and a patrician kindness.
(6) Teleki, aristocrat as he was, felt obliged to fall on his sword.
(7) He was then only twenty-one, a callow aristocrat fresh from law school.
(8) As an aristocrat Hartington was not untypical in regarding them as evangelical fanatics who needed restraining.
(9) The harried magazinist appeared as the tragic young aristocrat.
(10) The aristocrat clings to the glory of his past.
(11) Mrs. Bertha Flowers was the aristocrat of Black Stamps.
(12) My father was a born aristocrat.
(13) Yet he was not a haughty aristocrat.
(14) "He that is not a Democrat is an aristocrat or a monocrat[sentencedict.com]," one Jeffersonian declared.
(15) It was not the aristocrat but the yeoman who determined the nation's policies.
(16) His father was an aristocrat and member of the provincial government.
(17) A little aloof, as became an aristocrat, lay a black-spotted carriage dog, muzzle on paws, patiently waiting for the boys to go home to supper.
(18) This unfortunate aristocrat girl Penelope becomes this ancient curse fall guy.
(19) The difference of wars between aristocrat and ecumenic during this period mainly represents from their own element transformations.
(20) And his manner was, if I may say so, more relaxed, almost like an aristocrat.
(21) In 1972, it was allowed back into the region, like some disgraced aristocrat returning from exile.
(22) In flaccid prose Shaftesbury rambles on with an air of affected conversational ease which projects the persona of the patronising aristocrat.
(23) He noted that the son of a senior Conservative aristocrat had walked into a directorship without previous training or experience.
(24) It was a bold and a characteristic step by this young aristocrat of twenty-two.
(25) Warrington remarked with a pleased surprise the splendid toilet of this scented and shiny - booted young aristocrat.
(26) Mohammed Atta and Ayman al-Zawahiri were bred in the tyrannical republic of Hosni Mubarak.Zawahiri, the vengeful Cairene aristocrat, was explicit about that.
(27) From Anglo - Norman time to thirteen century, Britain was in aristocrat democracy time.
(28) Hepburn turned to acting in 1948 to help pay the bills -- her mother, an aristocrat, was already doing menial work, and Hepburn, though trained in dance, was too tall to be a prima ballerina.
(29) At last, the gaoler fetched the copy written in full and read it to the aristocrat.
(30) Moreover, here once again there is a person in a high position as a middle term between the aristocrat and the musician who is justified in raising high hopes.
More similar words: meritocracy, Democrat, democratic, stock, democracy, arise, parish, scratch, comparison, militarism, by comparison, wrist, history, tourist, pistol, historic, in comparison with, historian, consist of, terrorist, historical, historically, that is to say, psychiatrist, characteristic, administrator, administrative, administration, protocol, crash.