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a·ris·to·crat·ic

aristocratic

 
pronunciation:
rI st krae tihk
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Word Combinations (adjective)
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: of or concerning aristocrats or government by aristocrats.
Aristocratic rule over the Russian peasants didn't end until the nineteenth century.He was born into an aristocratic family and would inherit his father's title one day.
synonyms:
noble, patrician
antonyms:
plebeian
similar words:
gentle, highborn, silk-stocking, society, titled, well-born
definition 2: having the qualities of an aristocrat.
Though born into a middle-class family, he learned to speak and carry himself in an aristocratic manner while at school.
synonyms:
patrician
antonyms:
churlish, lowly, plebeian, working-class
similar words:
cultured, dignified, genteel, noble, refined, silk-stocking, sophisticated, stately, well-bred
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derivation: aristocratically (adv.)