blue-blooded


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Synonyms for blue-blooded

Synonyms for blue-blooded

belonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy

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Rosanna told RTE's Who Do You Think Your Are: "That's where we get into blue-blooded territory.
The recent BBC miniseries Cambridge Spies tells the kind of story you'd never believe if it weren't true: Four blue-blooded and well-connected graduates of Cambridge, led by their hatred of Hitler and their idealism about communism, become spies for the USSR in the 1930s.
Among its blue-blooded customers are a number of British Royals and a sultan based in the Middle East.
One of most obvious observations about Mexican soap operas is that their heroines are always blond and Caucasian, even if they're poor, and that wealth (that is, happiness) isn't gained through personal effort but rather because a "blue-blooded" prince comes to save the day.
And sittings in the House are getting longer because the blue-blooded strangers are trying to raise their profile by speaking in debates.
One look at the list of bridesmaids and pageboys and it's obvious that the attendants are blue-blooded.
The blue-blooded colt holds entries for the DFS Champagne Stakes, Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes, Darley Dewhurst Stakes and Racing Post Trophy.