aristocratically aristocratically


  • (adv) in an aristocratic manner


  1. This unusual old school, a sort of Dixie Eton, sits aristocratically in the Virginia hills seven miles across the Potomac from Washington.
  2. Superficially serene tale of an aristocratic Englishwoman, by the aristocratically serene English novelist.
  3. Argentine society boasts of its rock-bound exclusiveness, but the Bembergs married aristocratically.


  • January Jones Would Totally Sleep With Rihanna

    January Jones is the cover girl for this month’s Violet Files, the Hollywood-focused digital publication of Violet Grey. Jones is normally icy but in this interview she throws a few curveballs while still looking fantastically, aristocratically beautiful, of course. The Violet Files asked the actress an abbreviated 20 questions, and ... More »        
    on March 20, 2014     Source: New York Magazine

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