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elite
 n.  a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status
Classic Sentence:
1  She was, as she said, suffering from la grippe; grippe being then a new word in St. Petersburg, used only by the elite.
War and Peace(V1) By Leo Tolstoy
Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER I
Example Sentence: (18 in 2 pages)
1  House-hunting with the new Russian elite is a disconcerting experience.
2  It seemed like he was using any hook, no matter how flimsy, to justify the Wall Street bailout that the Washington and New York elite pushed through.
3  Despite his young age and relative inexperience, he was soon beating out the Hollywood elite for major roles in blockbuster films.
4  But, on both his mother's and his father's side there is nothing that even comes close to the kind of pedigree that qualifies as American elite.
5  I still do not know who this elite snob is, nor why his supporters trust him.
6  In these countries, only the elite can afford an education for their children.
7  Public opinion is influenced by the small elite who control the media.
8  One of the goals of the campaign is to cut off the elite Republican Guard from its supplies.
9  It's almost unheard of in France for a top politician not to come from the social elite.
10  Justin, who works as an Uber driver, also speculated the main reason one percent of the world's elite want to keep the true shape of the Earth secret is to exert control.
11  As Bush prepares to formally enter the race for president, there is a glaring disconnect between his ravenous fundraising and support among the Republican elite, and the reception from everyday voters like Doss, 57.
12  Liberia — from the elite doyennes who spend their days sending houseboys to the market to fetch oranges for them, all the way to the young boys on Tubman Boulevard who run up to cars hawking plastic bags of ice — used to be a tactile place.
13  Maya elites relied on luxury items, such as jade and quetzal feathers, to denote high social rank.
14  Japan's 15th-century aristocrats and other elites adopted the esoteric practice, holding tea parties during which they would also display rare Chinese objects to convey power and wealth.
15  Many people believe that private education encourages elitism.