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aristocratic

relating to or characteristic of aristocracy or an aristocrat
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O'Callaghan, like O'Connell, argued against aristocratically constituted bodies in the government, banks, and trade as constraints on freedom.
Remaining suspicious of those who, like Byron or Wordsworth, aristocratically spurn public judgment as a reactionary refuge from the feminizing effects of contemporary celebrity, Hazlitt placed a value upon the present moment as death to the "Monarchism of literature," birth to the accessibility of knowledge and the spontaneous reward of literary endeavor.
because she is out of a rare aristocratically bred Great Nephew mare and it was rejected for the flimsy reason that there is another animal named Sepehia, I decided to give her an
Henry, with 18 previous goals to his credit this season, waited until he had the whole place's rapt attention - then aristocratically curled home his shot.
Patricia Barker, partnered aristocratically but coldly by Stanko Milov opening night, was a dewy, winsome teenager in Act I and danced with fleet and sharp attack in the Wedding Pas de Deux.
Striding about, leaning his head back so that he can peer aristocratically down his nose, he fires off a list of prize possessions: Pissarro, Sisley, Picasso, Braque, Matisse, Miro.
And an aristocratically bred one he was, as his dam Medowbank Tip won the 1986 Irish Oaks, suffering only one defeat in the preliminaries before settling matters in 29.
Part Chopin, part the Rachmaninov to come, this is a work of much delicacy and veiled emotion, and soloist Dmitri Alexeev gave an aristocratically poised account.
Joral Schmalle's Baron was cast as an aristocratically wooden foil to Alonzo's mercurial Peruvian.
Storm Cat is one among many bluebloods living in the beautiful, manicured order of the stud farms that aristocratically grace the Blue Grass State of Kentucky, a scene so breathtaking it takes the money away, for a moment.
TITO SCHIPA Complete Victor Recordings 1922-25 (Romophone 82014-2): Blessed with an aristocratically lyrical light tenor voice, Tito Schipa was a master of bel canto, popular Italian and Spanish song, and a not negligible composer of material in his own right.