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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The Monarchic, Aristocratical, and Popular Partizans have been jointly laying their Axes to the Root of all Government, and have in their Turns proved each other absurd and inconvenient.
One writer called the move a "despotic scheme of government"; another said it was an attempt by "our aristocratical gentry" to silence the voice of the common citizen.
Of elvish society, Kirk says that "they have aristocratical rulers and laws, but no discernible religion, love or devotion towards God, the Blessed Maker of All" (13).
quoting an eighteenth century pamphleteer: "Can the monarchical and aristocratical institutions of England, be consistent with .
13) Hume's explanation of this includes the claim that where commerce and industry are encouraged, more and more people have property and develop a concern to safeguard property; "They covet equal laws, which may secure their property, and preserve them from monarchical, as well as aristocratical tyranny.