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Definition of "aristocratical" []

  • Aristocratic (adjective)
  • Aristocratic. (adjective)

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Use "aristocratical" in a sentence
  • "It must be an aristocracy too of the most dangerous kind, for it will consist of strangers and of those few of our youth, whose parents are able to bear the expense of education, in what the Citizen no doubt calls aristocratical countries."
  • "Into this "aristocratical" set I was now regularly introduced."
  • "-- E.] [Footnote 314: It will be seen in other voyages, that the Malays, who are widely diffused over the Indian archipelago, often live under a kind of aristocratical republican government; even where they are subjected to kings, partaking much of the feudal semblance."