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  • adjective Obsolete form of aristocratic.

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Examples

  • Ayrshire; where one of the candidates, in order to undermine the old and established interest, had artfully held himself out as a champion for the independency of the county against aristocratick influence, and had persuaded several gentlemen into a resolution to oppose every candidate who was supported by peers.

    Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

  • She liked his manners, his riding, and his good loox; and being a pervinew herself had a dubble respect for real aristocratick flesh and blood.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • We talked of a violent contest which was then carrying on, with a view to the next general election for Ayrshire; where one of the candidates, in order to undermine the old and established interest, had artfully held himself out as a champion for the independency of the county against aristocratick influence, and had persuaded several gentlemen into a resolution to oppose every candidate who was supported by peers [949].

    Life of Johnson

  • Hoboken, thinks it aristocratick, and herself more refined and rare to run the place down.

    Samantha at Coney Island and a Thousand Other Islands

  • She liked his manners, his riding, and his good loox; and being a pervinew herself had a dubble respect for real aristocratick flesh and blood.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • We talked of a violent contest which was then carrying on, with a view to the next general election for Ayrshire; where one of the candidates, in order to undermine the old and established interest, had artfully held himself out as a champion for the independency of the county against aristocratick influence, and had persuaded several gentlemen into a resolution to oppose every candidate who was supported by peers.

    The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

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