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synonyms for aristocrat

  • noble
  • patrician
  • peer
  • swell
  • blue blood
  • gentleperson
  • lace curtain
  • silk-stocking
  • upper-cruster
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antonyms for aristocrat

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  • commoner
  • plebian
  • proletariat
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How to use aristocrat in a sentence

He was a genuine modernizer who built cities, factories and universities and took land away from aristocrats to give to peasants.
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Mistress of the Chevalier de Valois, and mother of a child that was attributed to the old aristocrat.
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To-morrow he would be riding towards Paris, the cavalier of a beautiful aristocrat.
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You will go most easily as a woman of the people, one who has some aristocrat enemy on whom she wishes to be avenged.
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Over the wine the stranger had certainly expressed distrust of Lucien Bruslart, an aristocrat turned patriot.
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Bruslart knew that to pity the aristocrat might be hardly more dangerous than to abuse the woman.
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"You forget perhaps that you told me there was a woman, an aristocrat, for whom you would do much," said Barrington.
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The mob found her in his apartment, took her for the aristocrat, and carried her to prison in the place of mademoiselle.
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From the Temple prison an aristocrat, more, a king, has been brought to answer the charges made against him.
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It was in writing on these subjects that English writers borrowed the words aristocrat and democrat from the French writers.
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