aristocratic

[ uh-ris-tuh-krat-ik, ar-uh-stuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aristocratic
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It was a project which pleased her taste, and gratified her aristocratic notions.

She was probably the most aristocratic cat in the country, for she kept a wet nurse.

Everything was very elegant, very subdued, and aristocratic.

Sir Mosu is young and aristocratic, and our little daughter has been spoiled.

It is aristocratic and has an air of thinking one man is better than another.

Athens was not aristocratic enough, and then the women were nothing.

"I seem to have aristocratic neighbors, anyhow," observed Mrs. Barnes.

Cousin Percy's cheeks had lost something of their aristocratic pallor.

He had scarcely taken his eyes from Cousin Percy's aristocratic presence.

That aristocratic bull-pup was still irreconcilably hostile.

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