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Correct spelling for ARTISTOCRATS
We think the word artistocrats 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 artistocrats
- Aristocrat(Definition of aristocrat)
- Aristocratic(Definition of aristocratic)
- Aristocracies(Definition of Aristocracies)
- Aristocracy(Definition of aristocracy)
It ain't because, because she's an aristocrat?"
It might be that this american was so prejudiced against english aristocrats as to desire no commerce with them.
To his country eyes it looked quite aristocratic.
Her political life had been too much broken up, and she had been too long dependent on the governors of new york to have any of those pretty little aristocracies with bright colored clothes, and coaches and four, flourishing within her boundaries.
And i, sir hector ratichon, the confidant of two kings, three autocrats and an emperor, took that man to my bosom-fed him, clothed him, housed him, gave him the post of secretary in my intricate, delicate, immensely important business-and i did this, sir, at a salary which, in comparison with his twenty centimes, must have seemed a princely one to him.
They both think as much of themselves as your aristocracy does-and mighty little of each other."