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."
Most men rather admire the nobs for having a good time, but I think we surrender too much when we admit that aristocracy has made even the aristocrats happy.
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. She measured, at a glance, the distance that now separated her from them; but she said nothing.
"You talk of his being an aristocrat. But allow me to ask what it consists in, that aristocracy of Vronsky or of anybody else, beside which I can be looked down upon?
"You are a cursed emigrant," cried a farrier, making at him in a furious manner through the press, hammer in hand; "and you are a cursed aristocrat!"
"Now, an aristocrat, you know, the world over, has no human sympathies, beyond a certain line in society.
The English aristocrat he had but little respect for, but a millionaire was certainly next to the gods.
Sabin smiled upon him contemptuously - the maddening, compelling smile of the born aristocrat.
I woke up with a great shudder to the acute perception of my own feelings and of that aristocrat's incredible purpose.
But the little aristocrat, the last of his noble race, was an idiot.
An aristocratic polity produces every now and then an aristocrat who is also an accident, a man of intellectual independence and insight, a Napoleon born in the purple.
With them were a rakish-looking elderly man and a young aristocrat, his eyeglass still in his eye, his cigarette burned down to the stub between the fingers of his begloved hand.