aristocrat : Definition, Usages, News and More

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uh ri stuh krat

  • n  a member of the aristocracy

  • Kropotkin was an aristocrat who, after being imprisoned for his insurrectionist activities, escaped and fled to England in 1876.
  • The setting befits William Zantzinger's status as a rural aristocrat.
  • Ryno de Marigny (newcomer Fu'ad Ait Aattou) is a famous reprobate who's about to marry the innocent aristocrat Hermangarde (Roxane Mesquida) but, reputedly, hasn't shaken off the .
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  • FW de Klerk in News24
    De Klerk, who stood down after Mandela won the first multi-racial elections 14 years ago, said his co-winner of the 1993 Nobel peace price was a born leader with the "humility and the grace of a true natural aristocrat. He is the most famous South...
  • Dennis Hastert in USA Today
    In the summer of 1974, America did not need a philosopher-king or a warrior-prince, an aloof aristocrat or a populist firebrand,Hastert said. "We needed a healer. We needed a rock. We needed honesty and candor and courage. We needed Gerald...
  • Rowan Williams in International Herald Tribune
    Williams praised Chadwick as "an aristocrat among Anglican scholars" and an important figure in Anglican-Roman Catholic relations.

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