Sentence for aristocracy | Use aristocracy in a sentence

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  • Our titular aristocracy! (10)
  • But you head our aristocracy also. (10)
  • This seems like aristocracy indeed! (9)
  • And it comes of an idle aristocracy. (10)
  • And no doubt she is of our old aristocracy. (10)
  • I praised him for tickling the aristocracy. (10)
  • The aristocracy appeared oddly diminutive to him. (10)
  • The aristocracy appeared oddly diminutive to him. (22)
  • Why should he object to marry into our aristocracy? (10)
  • A real Raphael in your house is aristocracy to the roof-tree. (10)
  • He replied with the usual allusion to a basis of aristocracy. (10)
  • The ladies could turn upon aristocracy too, when it suited them. (10)
  • Our aristocracy, brilliant and ancient though it was, merited rebuke. (10)
  • He sneered at the aristocracy, but, beholding a policeman, became stolid of aspect. (10)
  • He sneered at the aristocracy, but, beholding a policeman, became stolid of aspect. (22)
  • Is not a great territorial aristocracy the strongest guarantee of national stability? (10)
  • In a lady of a certain age, it is rather a characteristic of aristocracy in retirement. (10)
  • She will have me when… You know how the poorer members of the aristocracy are situated. (10)
  • They reflect a beautiful sovereign mistress more exquisitely than almost aristocracy does. (10)
  • Lady Culmer had seen crayon sketches of demoiselles of the French aristocracy resembling her. (10)
  • None of the higher members of the Milanese aristocracy were visible; the people looked sullen. (10)
  • In 1832, he began to acquire fame as a piano teacher, especially of pupils from the aristocracy. (3)
  • There was a story of a brilliant young widow of our aristocracy who had very nearly snared him. (10)
  • She quarreled with no one but the open enemies of her country, and the advocates of aristocracy. (18)
  • But let me say at a meeting that I respect true aristocracy, I hear a growl and a hiss beginning: why? (10)
  • Our position toward them was that of an encumbered aristocracy, and really they paid us great respect. (10)
  • A maudlin fit of worship of our nobility had hold of him next, and English aristocracy received the paean. (10)
  • Can Englishmen wonder, therefore, to-day, that Americans have no patience with English aristocracy and royalty? (18)
  • Barbara would never be squeamish over moral questions or matters such as were not really, essential to aristocracy. (8)
  • It is simply, shall the course of the Republic be so directed as to subserve the interests of aristocracy or of democracy? (14)
  • He had the sentiment of humble respectfulness toward aristocracy, and there was that in riches which aroused his admiration. (10)
  • When we do have an aristocracy, it will be an aristocracy that will go ahead of anything the world has ever seen. (9)
  • The first crack of a division between the patriot force and the aristocracy commenced this day; the day following it was a breach. (10)
  • The ladies of the Austrian aristocracy generally had to be exiles from Vienna, and were glad to flock together even in an alien city. (10)
  • His reason voluntarily consigned her to the aristocracy as a natural appanage: but he did amorously wish that Fortune had made a lord of him. (10)
  • With Lord Feltre proselytizing for his Papist creed, Lord Pitscrew a declared Mohammedan, we shall have a pretty English aristocracy in time. (10)
  • An attitude of hostility to aristocracy because it was aristocracy, was as incomprehensible to him as an attitude of deference. (8)
  • But there is an upper middle class below the aristocratic, boasting an aristocracy of morals, and eminently persuasive of public opinion, if not commanding it. (10)
  • One of the half-stifled cotton-spinners, a notorious one, a spouter of rank sedition and hater of aristocracy, a political poacher, managed to make himself heard. (10)
  • The other three remained in the council chamber, to see that King George, the aristocracy and British sordidness, were well remembered with innumerable glasses of Madeira. (18)
  • This exquisite compensation maintains the balance: whereas that period anticipated by the Pilgrim, when science shall have produced an intellectual aristocracy, is indeed horrible to contemplate. (10)

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