Antonyms for peerage

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And I was within an ace of becoming an ornament of the British peerage.

A Peerage, half composed of journalists, philosophers, and authors!

I hope he will be elevated in the peerage: he looks as if he wanted it so!

He had read about her in a peerage at his sister's book-shop the previous day.

I can only say, sir, that with your principles you would not marry into the peerage.

Is there any rumor afloat as to the Chief's advancement to the Peerage?

She fancied she was getting a hero, with a peerage in the distance.

You won't, you can't, credit the fact that I would marry out of the peerage.

What could the Peerage, what could the Garter, what could a seat in the Cabinet do for me?

You don't covet a peerage; you would n't accept a baronetcy.

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