aristo

noun
aris·​to | \ ə-ˈris-(ˌ)tō How to pronounce aristo (audio) \
plural aristos

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Howells began his adventures in design stenciling the floors of the Laura Ashley boutique in the early 1980s, then at the nexus of boho London aristo society. Hamish Bowles, Vogue, "Hamish Bowles Remembers Michael Howells," 19 July 2018 And no self-respecting aristo or royal would want to be considered suburban. Sam Dangremond, Town & Country, "Prince George Publicly Wore Pants for the First Time at the Royal Wedding," 21 May 2018 The image of Osborne as a blithe and snooty aristo may be indelible, but it is belied by his political development. Ed Caesar, Esquire, "George Osborne's Revenge," 15 Sep. 2017 Hill was an Old Etonian, a school contemporary of such aristo-aesthetes as Harold Acton, Cyril Connolly, James Lees-Milne, and Anthony Powell. Francis Wheen, Vanities, "How Heywood Hill, the Most Beloved Bookshop in London, Is Surviving in the Digital Age," 19 Feb. 2017 Hill was an Old Etonian, a school contemporary of such aristo-aesthetes as Harold Acton, Cyril Connolly, James Lees-Milne, and Anthony Powell. Francis Wheen, Vanities, "How Heywood Hill, the Most Beloved Bookshop in London, Is Surviving in the Digital Age," 19 Feb. 2017 Hill was an Old Etonian, a school contemporary of such aristo-aesthetes as Harold Acton, Cyril Connolly, James Lees-Milne, and Anthony Powell. Francis Wheen, Vanities, "How Heywood Hill, the Most Beloved Bookshop in London, Is Surviving in the Digital Age," 19 Feb. 2017 Hill was an Old Etonian, a school contemporary of such aristo-aesthetes as Harold Acton, Cyril Connolly, James Lees-Milne, and Anthony Powell. Francis Wheen, Vanities, "How Heywood Hill, the Most Beloved Bookshop in London, Is Surviving in the Digital Age," 19 Feb. 2017 Hill was an Old Etonian, a school contemporary of such aristo-aesthetes as Harold Acton, Cyril Connolly, James Lees-Milne, and Anthony Powell. Francis Wheen, Vanities, "How Heywood Hill, the Most Beloved Bookshop in London, Is Surviving in the Digital Age," 19 Feb. 2017

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1849, in the meaning defined above

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