He was a lowly country lawyer and she a Kentucky aristocrat who had come to visit her older sister in Illinois.
The French aristocrat Marquis de Sade once said that “It is only by way of pain one arrives at pleasure.”
In previous centuries, a Roman aristocrat who made a political misstep ended in obscurity or exile.
As Benzion's son, Benjamin Netanyahu was an aristocrat in Likud politics—but an outsider as well, a rebel duke from the provinces.
His paternal grandmother, an aristocrat, fled Russia at the time of the revolution.
He was an aristocrat by descent and by nature; a noble one, but a thorough aristocrat.
He was an aristocrat, and he did not understand the democratic individualism of the men about him.
There is some aristocrat Raymond Latour would do all in his power to help.
He is our aristocrat—descending from Mother Yekaterina—ha, ha!
As to the two last, even Joshua Brigham was much more of an aristocrat than I was myself.