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arbiter elegantiae

[ ahr-bi-ter -ey-le-gahn-tee-ahy; English ahr-bi-ter -el-uh-gan-shee-ee ]
/ 藞蓱r b瑟藢t蓻r 藢e瑟 l蓻藞g蓱n ti藢a瑟; English 藞蓱r b瑟 t蓹r 藢蓻l 蓹藞g忙n 蕛i藢i /
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noun Latin.
a judge of elegance or matters of taste.
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Also ar路bi路ter e路le路gan路ti路a路rum [ahr-bi-ter -ey-le-gahn-tee-ah-room; English ahr-bi-ter -el-uh-gan-shee-air-uhm]. /藞蓱r b瑟藢t蓻r 藢e瑟 l蓻藢g蓱n ti藞蓱 r蕣m; English 藞蓱r b瑟 t蓹r 藢蓻l 蓹藢g忙n 蕛i藞蓻蓹r 蓹m/.

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