noun, plural ro·tu·riers [raw-ty-ryey; English roh-too r-ee-eyz, -tyoo r-] /rɔ tüˈryeɪ; English roʊˈtʊər iˌeɪz, -ˈtyʊər-/. French.
- rouault, georges,
Examples from the Web for roturier
The noble has gone down on the social ladder, and the roturier has gone up; the one descends as the other rises.American Institutions and Their Influence|Alexis de Tocqueville et al.
Sir, it is only a roturier whom death, or anything else, takes by surprise.
The whiskers of a roturier, my good Lankin, grow as long as the beard of a Plantagenet.The Christmas Books|William Makepeace Thackeray
Oh, it was not with a roturier she fled; her pride would not have allowed that.The Parisians, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
I have a great dislike to the thought of being revolutionised into a roturier.