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adjective as in aristocratic

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Where Kate is mild-mannered and middle-class, Cressy, 24, is a wild, blue-blooded aristocrat with bohemian heritage.

A manservant can become an accounts man, a hillbilly a blue-blooded Manhattan prince.

In short, Terminatrix portrays Palin as every blue-blooded Manhattanite's flyover nightmare.

The first Spaniards were blue-blooded knights and gentlemen, of course; they never worked with their hands.

It gives one such a blue-blooded feeling to think of having an active ghost on the premises.

A not too highly bred bull-dog is likely to be more intelligent than his very blue-blooded relations.

Frank is in the stock-raising business at present, and carries a side line of blue-blooded dogs.

Mr. Dombey, the city merchant, has as much of the arrogance of caste and position as any blue-blooded hidalgo.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to blue-blooded, such as: bluestocking, elite, noble, pedigreed, privileged, and purebred.

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