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"Ah yes," said the Patrician.
"I begin to see-" said the Patrician.
"And your advice?" said the Patrician.
'He was the strongest patrician in this province, as you know.
BIDDY THE CLAP: One immediately observes that he is of patrician lineage.
The patrician presented his empty hands to the boy and spoke calmly to him in Greek.
tourist lodges, the fancy hotel, stretching a young patrician hand out over the whole.
Conan started and stared at Servius with such anger smoldering in his blue eyes that the patrician shrank back.
Constructed entirely of wood, that patrician English house is located in Riccarton Bush’s forty-acre real estate.
His white hair was closely clipped in the patrician style of Evenalehn, and his robes were heavy with mud at the hem.
Brett Atkinson was Hawk, the boy Connor Campion had shot, the handsome, blond-haired boy with patrician features we’d seen in the hospital just before he died.
What could easily have resulted in civil war, instead resulted in a patrician compromise whereby they allowed plebeians some protection from arrests by patrician magistrates.
'Major Cavalcanti, a worthy patrician of Lucca, a descendant of the Cavalcanti of Florence,'" continued Monte Cristo, reading aloud, "'possessing an income of half a million.
All through the Island of Ponson the sightseer can find certain patrician homes, already somewhat rare nowadays, which show the architectural style that prevailed on the island.
The patrician and the knife-grinder, the duke and the peer, the limb of the law, the courtiers and townspeople, as they used to say in olden times, all are subjects of this fairy.
Here was the thin, patrician nose, full lips and cleft chin I saw most mornings yet, without the apparently ingrained arrogance of a man used to ordering millions of soldiers to fight and die for his Emperor.
Then, just as quickly, he was back to that patrician poise, tossing off an allusion to Whitman Mercer would later pursue in the paper that won him the freshman English prize (making him the first Negro ever so honored).
The complaint had sometimes made itself audible, even in that deaf city and dumb age, that, in the narrow streets without footways, the fierce patrician custom of hard driving endangered and maimed the mere vulgar in a barbarous manner.
Many, also, who were not aware of the circumstances attending his withdrawal from Paris, were struck with the worthy appearance, the gentlemanly bearing, and the knowledge of the world displayed by the old patrician, who certainly played the nobleman very well, so long as he said nothing, and made no arithmetical calculations.
Had kind fate but willed her to be born a gentlewoman of high degree in her own right and had she only received the benefit of a good education Gerty MacDowell might easily have held her own beside any lady in the land and have seen herself exquisitely gowned with jewels on her brow and patrician suitors at her feet vying with one another to pay their devoirs to her.
And pretty, freckled Andie sat a few feet in front of me, wide-set blue eyes under chocolatey waves of hair, cushiony lips parted just a bit, ridiculously large, real breasts, and long thin legs and arms—an alien fuck-doll of a girl, it must be said, as different from my elegant, patrician wife as could be—and Andie was radiating body heat and lavender, clicking notes on her laptop, asking questions in a husky voice like How do you get a source to trust you, to open up to you? And I thought to myself, right then: Where the fuck did this girl come from? Is this a joke?.

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Synonyms for patrician

patrician aristocrat aristocratic aristocratical blue gentle

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