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patrician
used in Do You Speak American?

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a person belonging to the nobility or aristocracy — sometimes specifically of ancient Rome
  • Welty lived in the state capital, Jackson, and had an accent different from the rather patrician speech of Faulkner.
    four — This Ain't Your Mama's South Anymore (48% in)

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