baronet

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n. baronnet, titre de noblesse entre le chevalier et celui de baron; titre héréditaire d'un ordre de chevalerie (en Angleterre)

baronet

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(m) n. baronetcy, rank of baronet (title of nobility)

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"Paradoxes are all very well in their way...." rejoined the baronet.
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“Good-morning, Holmes,” said the baronet.
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A man of the rank of Baronet, and the owner of property in Hampshire.
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I remembered how the baronet had told me that he had handed his old wardrobe to Barrymore.
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The baronet caught my sleeve and his face glimmered white through the darkness.
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The baronet and I were both upon our feet.
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The baronet shook his head impatiently.
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The ginger baronet began chortling and applauding demonstratively.
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We had arranged no plan of campaign, but the baronet is a man to whom the most direct way is always the most natural.
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“I have a good mind to go to London with you,” said the baronet.
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同義語

a member of the British order of honor; ranks below a baron but above a knight: aristocrat, patrician, blue blood, Bart


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