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Extraordinarily courageous.
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  1. Extraordinarily courageous.
  2. Brave, courageous.
Noble in mind; esp., generous in overlooking injury or insult; rising above pettiness or meanness
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  1. Noble in mind; esp., generous in overlooking injury or insult; rising above pettiness or meanness
  2. Highly moral, especially in showing kindness or forgiveness, as in overlooking insults or not seeking revenge.
Superior to or notable above all others; outstanding.
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  1. Superior to or notable above all others; outstanding.
Sharp and clear in tone:
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  1. Sharp and clear in tone:
  2. Superb; wonderful:
  3. Having or showing keen intelligence, great talent or skill, etc.
Going far beyond the ordinary degree, measure, limit, etc.; very unusual; exceptional; remarkable
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  1. Going far beyond the ordinary degree, measure, limit, etc.; very unusual; exceptional; remarkable
  2. Employed or used for a special service, function, or occasion:
  3. Highly exceptional; remarkable:
Of a size or scale that is larger than life:
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  1. Of a size or scale that is larger than life:
  2. Having, displaying, or characteristic of the qualities appropriate to a hero; courageous:
  3. Like or characteristic of a hero or his deeds; strong, brave, noble, powerful, etc.
Full of mettle; spirited; ardent, brave, etc.
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  1. Full of mettle; spirited; ardent, brave, etc.
  2. Of great mettle; courageous.
Having merit; deserving reward, praise, etc.
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  1. Having merit; deserving reward, praise, etc.
Not taking bribes; upright; honest
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  1. Not taking bribes; upright; honest
  2. Free of errors or faults.
  3. Morally sound; not depraved, evil, impure, or perverted
Belonging or relating to a baron or barons.
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  1. Belonging or relating to a baron or barons.
  2. Fit for a baron; grand, showy, etc.
  3. Suited for or befitting a baron; stately and grand:
Large; ample
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  1. Large; ample
  2. Having qualities attributed to people of noble birth; noble-minded; gracious; magnanimous
  3. Showing kindness and magnanimity:
Noble:
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  1. Noble:
  2. Befitting a prince.
  3. Relating to a prince; regal; royal.
Grand or noble in thought or accomplishment; exalted:
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  1. Grand or noble in thought or accomplishment; exalted:
  2. Beautiful in a grand or stately way; rich or sumptuous, as in construction, decoration, form, etc.
  3. Exceptionally good; excellent
Suitable for a king's court; dignified, polite, elegant, etc.
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  1. Suitable for a king's court; dignified, polite, elegant, etc.
  2. Suitable for a royal court; stately:
  3. Flattering, esp. in an obsequious way
Increased, particularly above a normal level.
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  1. Increased, particularly above a normal level.
  2. Formal; lofty:
  3. Raised, especially above the ground:
Admirable for boldness or purity; surpassing:
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  1. Admirable for boldness or purity; surpassing:
  2. Imposing by reason of showiness or grandeur; magnificent:
  3. Very good; excellent; fine
(Obs.) Excelling; surpassing
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  1. (Obs.) Excelling; surpassing
  2. (Archaic) Being so to an extreme degree.
  3. Of the highest or finest quality; exceptionally good for its kind:
Respected and dignified:
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  1. Respected and dignified:
  2. Worthy of respect because of age and dignity, high position, etc.; venerable
  3. Inspiring awe and reverence; imposing and magnificent
Regarded as proper usage; standard
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  1. Regarded as proper usage; standard
  2. Having a good reputation; honourable.
Highest in quality, achievement, performance, etc.; most excellent
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  1. Highest in quality, achievement, performance, etc.; most excellent
  2. Greatest in importance, degree, significance, character, or achievement.
  3. Greatest in power, authority, or rank; paramount or dominant.
Being such in full measure; complete; absolute:
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  1. Being such in full measure; complete; absolute:
  2. Well-known and respected, especially for achievement in a particular field:
  3. Outstanding or remarkable:
Proud; haughty; imperious; insolent.
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  1. Proud; haughty; imperious; insolent.
  2. Appropriate for, or suitable to, a lord.
  3. Of, like, characteristic of, or suitable to a lord
  1. Respectable
  2. Having or expressing dignity.
  3. Having or showing dignity or stateliness
Outstandingly or supremely such
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  1. Outstandingly or supremely such
  2. (Archaic) Of lofty appearance or bearing; haughty:
  3. Inspiring awe; impressive.
Designating a thing or group of things larger than others of the same kind
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  1. Designating a thing or group of things larger than others of the same kind
  2. Being one generation removed from the relative specified. Often used in combination:
  3. Superior in quality or character; noble:
In effect; operative:
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  1. In effect; operative:
  2. (Sports) Landing within bounds or within a particular area of a court and therefore in play:
  3. Used to form exclamatory phrases expressing surprise or dismay:
Showing a feeling of being better than others; haughty
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  1. Showing a feeling of being better than others; haughty
  2. Presuming to be or suggesting that one is morally or socially better than others; disdainful or supercilious.
  3. Of great value or excellence; extraordinary.
Chivalrous
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  1. Chivalrous
  2. Of or relating to chivalry.
  3. Gallant and respectful, especially to women
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  1. Involving chivalry
  2. (Of a man) honourable, especially to women.
  3. Having the qualities of gallantry and honor attributed to an ideal knight.
Characterized by elevated ideals or conduct; noble.
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  1. Characterized by elevated ideals or conduct; noble.
  2. Alternative form of high-minded.
  3. Refined, cultured, particularly civilized.
Used as a courtesy title for the children of barons and viscounts and the younger sons of earls.
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  1. Used as a courtesy title for the children of barons and viscounts and the younger sons of earls.
  2. Used in the House of Commons as a title of respect when speaking of another member.
  3. Of good reputation; respectable
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  1. (Mathematics) Specified, noted.
  2. Dignified in conduct or appearance:
  3. Having a dignified appearance or demeanor
Favoring reform or progress in a particular social or cultural setting, as in religion, education, etc.
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  1. Favoring reform or progress in a particular social or cultural setting, as in religion, education, etc.
  2. (--- Archaic) Permissible or appropriate for a person of free birth; befitting a lady or gentleman.
  3. Tending to give freely; generous:
Able to withstand or endure an adverse environmental condition:
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  1. Able to withstand or endure an adverse environmental condition:
  2. Inclined to tolerate the beliefs or behavior of others; forbearing:
  3. Able to digest or metabolize a food, drug, or other substance or compound:
(Archaic) Having pleasing qualities; attractive
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  1. (Archaic) Having pleasing qualities; attractive
  2. Merciful or compassionate. Used especially of God in Christianity and Islam.
  3. Characterized by elegance and good taste:
Favorable; beneficial
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  1. Favorable; beneficial
  2. Gentle or kind:
  3. Having little or no detrimental effect; harmless:
Characterized by kindness, mercy, or compassion:
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  1. Characterized by kindness, mercy, or compassion:
  2. Civilizing; humanizing
  3. Having what are considered the best qualities of human beings; kind, tender, merciful, sympathetic, etc.
Characterized by or resulting from benevolence
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  1. Characterized by or resulting from benevolence
  2. Relating to a charitable organization that operates without making a profit.
  3. Characterized by or given to doing good:
Kind, generous.
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  1. Kind, generous.
  2. Kind and generous in giving money or other help to those in need
  3. Kind and forgiving in judging others; lenient
(Physiol.) Designating or of that part of the autonomic nervous system whose nerves originate in the lumbar and thoracic regions of the spinal cord and that is especially concerned with mediating the involuntary response to alarm, as by speeding the heart rate, raising the blood pressure, and dilating the pupils of the eyes: these nerves oppose the parasympathetic nerves in the regulation of many body processes
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  1. (Physiol.) Designating or of that part of the autonomic nervous system whose nerves originate in the lumbar and thoracic regions of the spinal cord and that is especially concerned with mediating the involuntary response to alarm, as by speeding the heart rate, raising the blood pressure, and dilating the pupils of the eyes: these nerves oppose the parasympathetic nerves in the regulation of many body processes
  2. In agreement with one's tastes, mood, feelings, disposition, etc.; congenial
  3. Relating to or being vibrations, especially musical tones, produced in one body by energy from a nearby vibrating body and having the same frequency as the vibration of the nearby body.
Existing in, characterized by, or producing abundance:
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  1. Existing in, characterized by, or producing abundance:
  2. Provided in abundance; plentiful
  3. Giving freely and generously, without restraint
Worthy of remark or notice
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  1. Worthy of remark or notice
  2. Unusual; extraordinary
  3. Attracting or worthy of notice, especially for being unusual or extraordinary:
Zealous; characterized by devotion.
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  1. Zealous; characterized by devotion.
  2. Characterized by devotion or zeal; dedicated
  3. Feeling or displaying strong affection or attachment; ardent:
Ignoring one's own interests; selfless; unselfish
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  1. Ignoring one's own interests; selfless; unselfish
Firm or determined; unwavering.
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  1. Firm or determined; unwavering.
  2. Having or showing a fixed, firm purpose; determined; resolved; unwavering
Having or displaying valour.
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  1. Having or displaying valour.
  2. Having or showing valor; courageous; brave
  3. Marked by or possessing great personal bravery; valiant.
Having, or characterized by, moral virtue; righteous
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  1. Having, or characterized by, moral virtue; righteous
  2. (Archaic) Chaste:
  3. Having or showing virtue, especially moral excellence:
Having worth, merit, or value:
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  1. Having worth, merit, or value:
  2. Having sufficient worth; deserving:
  3. Having enough worth or merit (for someone or something specified); meriting
Having admirable or esteemed qualities or characteristics:
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  1. Having admirable or esteemed qualities or characteristics:
  2. Having considerable monetary or material value for use or exchange:
  3. Of great merit, use, or service; highly important, esteemed, etc.
Being of practical use:
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  1. Being of practical use:
  2. That can be used to advantage; serviceable; helpful; beneficial; often, having practical utility
  3. Having a beneficial use; serviceable:
Foremost in quality, rank, or importance.
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  1. Foremost in quality, rank, or importance.
  2. Of the highest class, rank, or quality; very good; excellent
Free from crudeness or coarseness; cultivated; elegant
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  1. Free from crudeness or coarseness; cultivated; elegant
  2. Characterized by great subtlety, precision, etc.
  3. Made free from other matter, or from impurities; purified
Of, relating to, or produced in cultivation:
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  1. Of, relating to, or produced in cultivation:
  2. (Of a person) cultured, refined, educated
  3. Prepared and used for growing crops; tilled
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  1. Involving chivalry
  2. (Of a man) honourable, especially to women.
  3. Having the qualities of gallantry and honor attributed to an ideal knight.
Worthy of trust; dependable; reliable
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  1. Worthy of trust; dependable; reliable
Characterized by openness and sincerity of expression; unreservedly straightforward:
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  1. Characterized by openness and sincerity of expression; unreservedly straightforward:
  2. Free from prejudice or bias; fair; just; impartial
  3. Very honest or frank in what one says or writes
Favoring reform or progress in a particular social or cultural setting, as in religion, education, etc.
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  1. Favoring reform or progress in a particular social or cultural setting, as in religion, education, etc.
  2. (--- Archaic) Permissible or appropriate for a person of free birth; befitting a lady or gentleman.
  3. Tending to give freely; generous:
(Archaic) Having pleasing qualities; attractive
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  1. (Archaic) Having pleasing qualities; attractive
  2. Merciful or compassionate. Used especially of God in Christianity and Islam.
  3. Characterized by elegance and good taste:
Characteristic of a prince; liberal; generous
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  1. Characteristic of a prince; liberal; generous
  2. Befitting a prince.
  3. Relating to a prince; regal; royal.
Very liberal in giving; generous:
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  1. Very liberal in giving; generous:
  2. Showing great generosity:
Noble in mind; esp., generous in overlooking injury or insult; rising above pettiness or meanness
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  1. Noble in mind; esp., generous in overlooking injury or insult; rising above pettiness or meanness
  2. Highly moral, especially in showing kindness or forgiveness, as in overlooking insults or not seeking revenge.
Giving or sharing liberally and willingly; openhanded
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  1. Giving or sharing liberally and willingly; openhanded
  2. Having qualities attributed to people of noble birth; noble-minded; gracious; magnanimous
  3. Showing kindness and magnanimity:
Serving to identify; distinguishing or characteristic:
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  1. Serving to identify; distinguishing or characteristic:
  2. Distinguished or attractive:
  3. Making distinct; distinguishing from others; characteristic
Without deceit, pretense, or hypocrisy; truthful; straightforward; honest
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  1. Without deceit, pretense, or hypocrisy; truthful; straightforward; honest
  2. Being the same in actual character as in outward appearance; genuine; real
  3. Being without hypocrisy or pretense; true:
Corresponding to reality; true.
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  1. Corresponding to reality; true.
  2. Telling the truth; presenting the facts; veracious; honest
  3. Honest, and always telling the truth.
A theoretical or experimental quantity, condition, or factor that does not vary in specified circumstances. Avogadro's number and Planck's constant are examples of constants.
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  1. A theoretical or experimental quantity, condition, or factor that does not vary in specified circumstances. Avogadro's number and Planck's constant are examples of constants.
  2. Going on all the time; continual; persistent
  3. Remaining free from variation or change; regular; stable
Marked by or showing a strong sense of duty or responsibility; conscientious
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  1. Marked by or showing a strong sense of duty or responsibility; conscientious
  2. Engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
  3. Adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, cause, or idea; loyal.
Standing, pointing, or directed straight up; in a vertical or perpendicular position; erect
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  1. Standing, pointing, or directed straight up; in a vertical or perpendicular position; erect
  2. Honest and just; honorable
  3. Designed with the pedals below the seat to allow an erect posture rather than a reclining one:
Equitable; fair:
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  1. Equitable; fair:
  2. Being what it seems; genuine; pure
  3. Of good repute; respectable.
Used as a courtesy title for the children of barons and viscounts and the younger sons of earls.
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  1. Used as a courtesy title for the children of barons and viscounts and the younger sons of earls.
  2. Used in the House of Commons as a title of respect when speaking of another member.
  3. Of good reputation; respectable
Alternative form of warm-hearted.
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  1. Alternative form of warm-hearted.
  2. Kind, sympathetic, friendly, loving, etc.
Conforming to an original, pattern, rule, standard, etc.
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  1. Conforming to an original, pattern, rule, standard, etc.
  2. Properly called:
  3. Conforming to the characteristics or criteria of a group or type; typical:
Habitually truthful; honest
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  1. Habitually truthful; honest
  2. Accurate; true:
  3. True; accurate
Regarded as proper usage; standard
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  1. Regarded as proper usage; standard
  2. Having a good reputation; honourable.
  1. Decent; satisfactory
  2. Conforming to socially acceptable behavior, attitudes, taste, etc.; proper; correct
  3. Of or appropriate to good or proper behavior or conventional conduct.
Deserving admiration.
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  1. Deserving admiration.
  2. Inspiring or deserving admiration or praise; excellent; splendid
In effect; operative:
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  1. In effect; operative:
  2. Pleasant; enjoyable:
  3. Used to form exclamatory phrases expressing surprise or dismay:
In open sight; without trick, concealment, or deception. [First attested in the late 16th century.]
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  1. In open sight; without trick, concealment, or deception. [First attested in the late 16th century.]
Being in accordance with relative merit or significance:
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  1. Being in accordance with relative merit or significance:
  2. Moderately good; acceptable or satisfactory:
  3. Neither very bad nor very good; average
Of, relating to, or characteristic of men, especially when considered traditionally masculine, as in being courageous or direct:
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  1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of men, especially when considered traditionally masculine, as in being courageous or direct:
  2. Fit for a man; masculine
  3. Having the qualities generally regarded as those that a man should have; virile; strong, brave, resolute, honorable, etc.
Honorable and fair in one's dealings and actions:
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  1. Honorable and fair in one's dealings and actions:
  2. Suitable or proper in nature; fitting:
  3. Based on fact or sound reason; well-founded:
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  1. Worthy of esteem; admirable.
  2. (Archaic) Valuable.
  3. Possible to estimate:
Of, from, by, or to a king, queen, or other sovereign
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  1. Of, from, by, or to a king, queen, or other sovereign
  2. Founded, chartered, or authorized by a monarch:
  3. Issued or performed by a monarch:
A person who has a title
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  1. A person who has a title
  2. Having a title, especially a noble title.
Of, characteristic of, or favoring aristocracy as a form of government
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  1. Of, characteristic of, or favoring aristocracy as a form of government
  2. Of or pertaining to an aristocracy; consisting in, or favoring, a government of nobles, or principal men.
  3. Partaking of aristocracy; befitting aristocracy; characteristic of, or originating with, the aristocracy.
Of or relating to Saint Patrick.
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  1. Of or relating to Saint Patrick.
  2. Of or characteristic of patricians
  3. Noble; aristocratic
Of, pertaining to, or befitting people of high social standing.
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  1. Of, pertaining to, or befitting people of high social standing.
  2. Of noble birth
  3. (Archaic) Born a member of an upper-level social class (although not necessarily retaining high social standing)
Born to a genteel or aristocratic family.
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  1. Born to a genteel or aristocratic family.
Of good family; wellborn:
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  1. Of good family; wellborn:
  2. Belonging to the upper classes or polite society
  3. (Archaic) Noble; chivalrous
Of or belonging to the British Imperial System of weights and measures.
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  1. Of or belonging to the British Imperial System of weights and measures.
  2. Of, relating to, or suggestive of an empire or a sovereign, especially an emperor or empress:
  3. Ruling over extensive territories or over colonies or dependencies:
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lord.
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  1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lord.
  2. Very dignified and noble:
  3. Noble; grand
Showing good breeding; cultivated
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  1. Showing good breeding; cultivated
  2. Of superior stock or breed
  3. Alternative form of high-bred.
Noble:
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  1. Noble:
  2. Relating to a prince; regal; royal.
  3. Of a prince; royal; regal; noble
Having the status or rank of king.
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  1. Having the status or rank of king.
  2. Of, like, or fit for a king or kings; royal; regal; noble
Familiar from birth with a specified custom, behaviour, accoutrement etc.; naturally suited to (it).
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  1. Familiar from birth with a specified custom, behaviour, accoutrement etc.; naturally suited to (it).
Dignified and slow; measured:
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  1. Dignified and slow; measured:
  2. Impressive and dignified, as in size or appearance; majestic:
  3. Imposing; dignified; majestic
Appealing
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  1. Appealing
  2. Capable of being impressed.
  3. Making a strong positive impression; inspiring admiration or awe:
Making a strong impression because of great size, strength, dignity, etc.; impressive
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  1. Making a strong impression because of great size, strength, dignity, etc.; impressive
  2. Magnificent and impressive because of appearance, size, stateliness or dignity.
  3. Impressive, as in size, power, or accomplishment:
Of, characteristic of, or favoring aristocracy as a form of government
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  1. Of, characteristic of, or favoring aristocracy as a form of government
  2. Of or pertaining to an aristocracy; consisting in, or favoring, a government of nobles, or principal men.
  3. Partaking of aristocracy; befitting aristocracy; characteristic of, or originating with, the aristocracy.
Of, forming, or suitable for an elite
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  1. Of, forming, or suitable for an elite
Of noble birth.
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  1. Of noble birth.
  2. Of, pertaining to, or befitting people of high social standing.
  3. (Archaic) Born a member of an upper-level social class (although not necessarily retaining high social standing)
Showing good breeding; cultivated
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  1. Showing good breeding; cultivated
  2. Of superior stock or breed
  3. Alternative form of high-bred.
Of or relating to Saint Patrick.
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  1. Of or relating to Saint Patrick.
  2. Of or characteristic of patricians
  3. Noble; aristocratic
Bred of pure stock; purebred.
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  1. Bred of pure stock; purebred.
  2. Thoroughly trained, educated, cultured, etc.; well-bred
  3. Relating or belonging to horses of the Thoroughbred.
Born to a genteel or aristocratic family.
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  1. Born to a genteel or aristocratic family.
(Idiomatic, informal) Posh, upper-class; pertaining to the upper crust.
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  1. (Idiomatic, informal) Posh, upper-class; pertaining to the upper crust.
Of a higher rank or status.
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  1. Of a higher rank or status.
  2. Increased, particularly above a normal level.
  3. Raised, especially above the ground:
Alternative form of high-minded.
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  1. Alternative form of high-minded.
  2. Refined, cultured, particularly civilized.
  3. Characterized by elevated ideals or conduct; noble.
Of or concerned with the judgment of right or wrong of human action and character:
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  1. Of or concerned with the judgment of right or wrong of human action and character:
  2. Having psychological rather than physical or tangible effects:
  3. Teaching or exhibiting goodness or correctness of character and behavior:
Worthy of respect because of age and dignity, high position, etc.; venerable
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  1. Worthy of respect because of age and dignity, high position, etc.; venerable
  2. Inspiring awe and reverence; imposing and magnificent
  3. Respected and dignified:
Having higher rank than others of the same category:
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  1. Having higher rank than others of the same category:
  2. Having more importance than others; principal:
  3. Having a serious moral purpose; noble:
Seeming or trying to seem very important; pompous and showy
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  1. Seeming or trying to seem very important; pompous and showy
  2. Characterized by greatness of scope or intent; grand:
  3. Having grandeur or magnificence; imposing; impressive
Making a strong impression because of great size, strength, dignity, etc.; impressive
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  1. Making a strong impression because of great size, strength, dignity, etc.; impressive
  2. Magnificent and impressive because of appearance, size, stateliness or dignity.
  3. Impressive, as in size, power, or accomplishment:
Very dignified and noble:
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  1. Very dignified and noble:
  2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a lord.
  3. Noble; grand
Imposingly large.
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  1. Imposingly large.
  2. Imposing in size, dignity, etc.
  3. Magnificent
Beautiful in a grand or stately way; rich or sumptuous, as in construction, decoration, form, etc.
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  1. Beautiful in a grand or stately way; rich or sumptuous, as in construction, decoration, form, etc.
  2. Grand or noble in thought or accomplishment; exalted:
  3. Splendid in appearance; grand:
Impressive or beautiful in a dignified or inspiring way.
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  1. Impressive or beautiful in a dignified or inspiring way.
  2. Having qualities of splendor or royalty.
  3. Having or characterized by majesty; very grand or dignified; lofty; stately
Noble:
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  1. Noble:
  2. Relating to a prince; regal; royal.
  3. Of a prince; royal; regal; noble
Belonging to or befitting a monarch:
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  1. Belonging to or befitting a monarch:
  2. Magnificent; splendid.
  3. Of or relating to a monarch; royal.
Suitable for a sovereign; magnificent, splendid, etc.
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  1. Suitable for a sovereign; magnificent, splendid, etc.
  2. Founded, chartered, or authorized by a monarch:
  3. Issued or performed by a monarch:
Admirable for boldness or purity; surpassing:
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  1. Admirable for boldness or purity; surpassing:
  2. Imposing by reason of showiness or grandeur; magnificent:
  3. Magnificent; gorgeous
Dignified and slow; measured:
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  1. Dignified and slow; measured:
  2. Imposing; dignified; majestic
  3. Imposing; grand, impressive.
Characterized by nobility; majestic.
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  1. Characterized by nobility; majestic.
  2. (Archaic) Of lofty appearance or bearing; haughty:
  3. Noble; exalted; majestic
Of unusually high quality; excellent:
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  1. Of unusually high quality; excellent:
  2. Extremely fine; excellent
  3. Noble or majestic
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