aristocratic


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belonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy

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Ah, but these hens," answered the young man,--"these hens of aristocratic lineage would scorn to understand the vulgar language of a barn-yard fowl.
How can hands stained with the ink of a counting-house, soiled with the grease of a wool-warehouse, ever again be permitted to come into contact with aristocratic palms?
A 1,300-YEAR-OLD cross, buried with the body of an aristocratic Anglo-Saxon teenager, is going on display just a few miles from where it was found.
It's a complete misconception - there's nothing aristocratic about me," he insisted.
The Founding Fathers, most of them, pictured the revolutionary new society of their dreams in a vaguely aristocratic light.
Authority, Authorship and Aristocratic Identity in Seventeenth-Century England: William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Newcastle, and His Political, Social and Cultural Connections
com)-- Splurjj wants you to take a very long walk with the aristocratic webzine and picture life through an anything is possible eye.
I pretend to be aristocratic because of the way my face is put together, but there is nothing aristocratic about me at all" - Actor Charles Dance underlines his working-class roots.
I pretend to be aristocratic because of the way my face is put together, but there is nothing aristocratic about me at all" Actor Charles Dance underlines his working-class roots "I get followed around by a make-up artist to ensure I look half decent" Broadcaster Fiona Bruce is worried about her looks on the Antiques Road Show "I don't think, as an actress, you want to be beautiful.
Kanye loves the sophistication of Europe - having spent time living in both Paris and London over the years - and is keen to teach his children about Kanye is set on an aristocratic lifestyle the world while they are growing up.
Aileana Kameron, daughter of a marquess, is a polite, mild-mannered, young aristocratic woman in nineteenth-century Scotland.
An aristocratic artist, Sebastian, meets Helen, a trainee nurse from a troubled and modest background in 1914.
The focus of the work is on aristocratic laymen, and it succeeds in bringing them to life.
La Grande Dame d'Oltrarno", as Grand Hotel Villa Cora is still called, is an aristocratic Florentine mansion in pure neo-classical style built in 1868 by Baron Oppenheim.
An increasingly important second divide separated university-trained arts professionals on museum staffs from the aristocratic connoisseurs ('amateurs') whose claims to authority rested on privileged access to the private collections that had surrounded them since childhood.