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Correct spelling for ARISOCRATS
We think the word arisocrats is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for arisocrats
- Aristocrat(Definition of aristocrat)
- Aristocracy(Definition of aristocracy)
- Aristocracies(Definition of Aristocracies)
- Aristocratic(Definition of aristocratic)
He had been arrested as an aristocrat and an enemy of the republic.
Other types of contemporary society are of interest, especially instances of the ambitious and fashionable lady, not of the aristocracy, who wished to work her way up into the court circle.
In the second place, not alone has there been failure to destroy capitalism and equalize possessions, but new class distinctions and "new aristocracies" have arisen.
He was trained by autocrats in a school of experience more autocratic than anything known to the younger actors of this generation.
The magistrate was a young, fashionable, and rather aristocratic man of the world, whose grievance it was to be tied down to work that was mechanical rather than intellectual.
On every possible occasion they were avoided, and there must be something very special about any one of them if she was taken up by the aristocrats-as they termed themselves-of the school.
How much money was there in it, socrates?