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.

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

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

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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