noun, plural ro·tu·riers [raw-ty-ryey; English roh-too r-ee-eyz, -tyoo r-] /rɔ tüˈryeɪ; English roʊˈtʊər iˌeɪz, -ˈtyʊər-/. French.
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Historical Examples of roturier
Oh, it was not with a roturier she fled; her pride would not have allowed that.The Parisians, Complete
I have a great dislike to the thought of being revolutionised into a roturier.
Sir, it is only a roturier whom death, or anything else, takes by surprise.
Few men of his stamp indulge in the weakness of railing at Fortune, which is the privilege and consolation of the roturier.Sword and Gown
George A. Lawrence
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.