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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharistocraticar‧is‧to‧crat‧ic /ˌærəstəˈkrætɪk◂, əˌrɪs- $ əˌrɪs-/ adjective  HIGH POSITION OR RANKbelonging to or typical of the aristocracy syn noble an aristocratic family
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aristocraticHe spoke with an aristocratic accent.Pamela came from an aristocratic background.When their eyes meet she envisions the fulfillment of her dream of marrying a man with aristocratic connections not from Middlemarch.The Oscar Wilde trials of 1895 condensed representations both of aristocratic debauchery and the corrupting effects of foreign morals.BDe Mori is a handsome man with light blue eyes and a high, aristocratic forehead.Lachrymose comedy represented an attitude opposed to the aristocratic one.He was a dour Yankee, tall, confident, elegant, with a dry wit and aristocratic tastes.I could hardly go to the home of this aristocratic young woman with stubble on my face.
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