(plural: ‘aristocrats‘; pronunciation: the letter ‘c’ is said with a ‘k’ sound as in “king”)
a person who came from a ruling class of a society, a royal or noble family with a title or rank;
a noble; a patrician;
an ordinary person who has the qualities, interests, and behaviour of a ruling class or of a member of royal or noble family;
a person who supports, works for and advocates aristocracy as a form of government, i.e. he/she wants a royal or noble family rule the country;
a person or a thing that is the best of its kind; a blue blood,
It is unbelievable that most American women wish to marry British aristocrats.
In the past, most aristocrats owned large plots of land and they employed engineers to explore their estates in the hope of finding any natural deposits, such as coal, oil, etc.
It is said that Russian aristocrats at the Tsar’s court used to make fun of the French language and way of life.