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    patrician - Dictionary definition and meaning for word patrician

    (noun) a person of refined upbringing and manners Definition
    (noun) a member of the aristocracy
    Synonyms : aristocrat , blue blood
    (adj) befitting a person of noble origin
    Example Sentence
    • a patrician nose
    (adj) belonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy
    Example Sentence
    • an aristocratic family
    • aristocratic Bostonians
    • aristocratic government
    • a blue family
    • blue blood
    • the blue-blooded aristocracy
    • of gentle blood
    • patrician landholders of the American South
    • aristocratic bearing
    • aristocratic features
    • patrician tastes
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for patrician

consider ST PATRICK'S SCHOOL those who study in that school are noble

pater = father, patres = fatehrs in Latin. So, anything with "patr" in the beginning will refer to father(ly figures).

Imagine a girl named Patricia with gowns and aristocratic dress

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patri=pati, i want my pati to be noble

a member of a PATRIARCHY.

Patrician The father of nation.

patrician~britan; They are very critical about their behaviour in public as they think they are noble and aristocratic!

PA(papa)+TRICIan(tricky)...so a father playing tricky games is an aristocrat

a person who is having patriotic feeling over his country is considered to be a noblest person

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