aristocratic Definition

  • 1belonging to or typical of the aristocracy
  • 2having the manners, values, or qualities associated with the aristocracy

Using aristocratic: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "aristocratic" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She comes from an aristocratic family.

  • Example

    His mannerisms were very aristocratic.

  • Example

    The hotel had an aristocratic air about it.

aristocratic Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with aristocratic

  • a dignified and elegant way of carrying oneself, often associated with the aristocracy


    Her aristocratic bearing made her stand out in any crowd.

  • special rights or advantages granted to members of the aristocracy


    The aristocratic privilege of owning land was abolished during the French Revolution.

  • ancestry or descent from a noble or aristocratic family


    He boasted of his aristocratic lineage, tracing his family tree back to the Middle Ages.

Origins of aristocratic

from French 'aristocratique', from 'aristocrate' meaning 'member of the aristocracy'


Summary: aristocratic in Brief

'Aristocratic' [ˌærɪstəˈkrætɪk] refers to belonging to or typical of the aristocracy, having the manners, values, or qualities associated with the aristocracy. It is often used to describe people, families, or places that have an air of elegance, refinement, or exclusivity. Phrases like 'aristocratic bearing,' 'aristocratic privilege,' and 'aristocratic lineage' use 'aristocratic' to denote specific aspects of aristocratic life or culture.