1 Mrs. Sparsit was conscious that by coming in the evening-tide among the desks and writing implements, she shed a feminine, not to say also aristocratic, grace upon the office.
2 Miss Chatterley came sometimes, with her aristocratic thin face, and triumphed, finding nothing altered.
3 She was hostess also to Clifford's occasional aristocratic relations.
4 But perhaps their strong and aristocratic silence, the silence of strong trees, meant something else.
5 It is not the individuals that make an aristocracy: it is the functioning of the aristocratic whole.
6 It was indeed our visitor of the afternoon who came bustling in, dangling his glasses more vigorously than ever, and with a very perturbed expression upon his aristocratic features.
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7 When he was young he became a member of an aristocratic club, and there, having charming manners, he was soon the intimate of a number of men with long purses and expensive habits.
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8 In appearance he was a man of exceedingly aristocratic type, thin, high-nosed, and large-eyed, with languid and yet courtly manners.
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9 Then, with an extraordinary effort of aristocratic self-command, he sat down and sank his face in his hands.
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10 The next the aristocratic mask was replaced, and the gentle voice had returned.
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11 His aristocratic nature was revolted by Bazarov's absolute nonchalance.
12 'Rotten aristocratic snob,' observed Bazarov indifferently.
13 'I said "aristocratic snob,"' replied Bazarov, lazily swallowing a sip of tea.
14 Precisely so; but I imagine you have the same opinion of aristocrats as of aristocratic snobs.
15 He did not dispute now with Pavel Petrovitch, especially as the latter assumed an excessively aristocratic demeanour in his presence, and expressed his opinions more in inarticulate sounds than in words.