aristocrat

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aristocrat

1. a member of the aristocracy; a noble
2. a person who advocates aristocracy as a form of government
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It is you, William, who are the aristocrat of your family, and you are not as fine a fellow as your plebeian brother by long chalk.
At this instant Ginevra abandoned the meditative attitude in which she had been contemplating her canvas, and turned her head toward the group of aristocrats.
Slender though his figure was, his frame was splendidly knit, and he carried himself as one of the aristocrats of the world.
As the young fry of clerks looked at this man playing bowls in the gardens of the ministry with the minister's children, they cracked their brains to guess the secret of his influence and the nature of his services; while, on the other hand, the aristocrats in all the various ministries looked upon him as a dangerous Mephistopheles, courted him, and gave him back with usury the flatteries he bestowed in the higher sphere.
We were thus accompanied by the two greatest aristocrats in the country, as was plainly to be seen in the manner of all the poorer Indians towards them.
We are aristocrats, and not those who can only exist by favor of the powerful of this world, and who can be bought for twopence halfpenny.
In England the line is in one place, in Burmah in another, and in America in another; but the aristocrat of all these countries never goes over it.
And how had it fared with the nobly born, the titled aristocrat, the Demoiselle Alisande la Carteloise?
You are an aristocrat, and must have an escort--and must pay for it.
He was a great aristocrat and a good-looking man, above middle height and with attractive features, in spite of his hard forehead and his rather cold eyes.
Christian Socialism is but the holy, water with which the priest consecrates the heart-burnings of the aristocrat.
An aristocrat need not be ashamed of the trade," observed Laurence; "for the Czar Peter the Great once served an apprenticeship to it.