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antiaristocratic combined form of aristocratic.
blue blood noble, aristocratic, or socially prominent lineage. [1/2 definitions]
Bourbon a member of an aristocratic French family that produced rulers of France, Spain, and Naples at various times in the sixteenth through twentieth centuries, or the name of this family itself. [1/2 definitions]
gentleman a man of aristocratic birth or high social standing. [1/4 definitions]
gentlewoman a woman of aristocratic birth or high social standing. [1/3 definitions]
Ghibelline a member of an aristocratic faction in medieval Italy that supported the authority of the German emperors over the papacy. (Cf. Guelph.)
grande dame (French) a grand or great lady, esp. one of advanced age; lady of aristocratic manner.
grand tour an extended tour of Europe, esp. continental Europe, formerly taken as the culmination and completion of study by young, wealthy, often aristocratic men of England or America. [1/2 definitions]
noble of, concerning, or belonging to a class of society that bears hereditary titles of rank or status; aristocratic. [1/4 definitions]
noblesse oblige the presumption that wealthy, aristocratic, or powerful people have an obligation to behave charitably and honorably, esp. towards people who are less fortunate.
nonaristocratic combined form of aristocratic.
patrician a member of an aristocratic class. [2/5 definitions]
well-born born into an aristocratic or esteemed family.