aristocracy

[ ar-uh-stok-ruh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF aristocracy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARISTOCRACY

He was sorry to see this tendency to aristocracy on the part of members.

Such wisdom was altogether above the English aristocracy of that or any time.

Without an aristocracy, would there have been a middle class?

The English aristocracy and the celebrities of London came to the inauguration.

Living in a country where aristocracy does not exist, he had a high opinion of it.

Aristocracy, like any other thing, must justify itself to mankind.

It would be a rather poor way to derive the pride of aristocracy.

I thought the aristocracy—the very highest—rode in hansoms.'

It is such a pity, too, for the butler is my ideal of what a member of the aristocracy should be.

For push and greed are among the commonest faults of an aristocracy.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ARISTOCRACY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.