blue-blooded

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The “blue-blooded” little girl looked with horror at the dress.

Mrs. Custis remarked that Washington certainly was a blue-blooded man.

So all the culture—if culture meant refinement of thoughts and actions—was not confined to the blue-blooded aristocrats!

The blue-blooded aristocrat had appeared at Yale, and he had chosen his circle of acquaintances with great care.

We're a nasty lot, we Ffrenches; a lot of blue-blooded snobs without any red blood in us.

Whenever Amadeus and his spouse went there for an airing, the blue-blooded of the opposition significantly trotted off.

Would Sir Walter have been less great had he sprung from common stock or would Robbie have been greater had he been blue-blooded?

A plain American has to go some to round up and get the right brand on some of these blue-blooded names of yours.

Outwardly calm—yes: that at least was due to the memory of his blue-blooded father.

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

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