gentlefolk definition

  • noun-plural:
    • people of great family and fairly high section.
    • Persons of gentle or good family members and breeding.
    • people of great family and relatively high station.
    • individuals of gentle or great household and breeding.
    • individuals of good family and reasonably high station.
    • people of gentle or great family members and reproduction.
  • noun:
    • People of exceptional social place.
    • Persons of good breeding and family members: a collective noun, with plural sense, and now typically with plural cancellation, gentlefolks.
    • individuals of great family members and reproduction and large personal status
    • folks of exceptional personal place.
    • Persons of good reproduction and family: a collective noun, with plural sense, and now usually with plural termination, gentlefolks.
    • individuals of great household and breeding and large social standing
    • People of superior personal position.
    • individuals of good breeding and family members: a collective noun, with plural feeling, now generally speaking with plural cancellation, gentlefolks.
    • folks of great family and reproduction and large social status

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