Crossword clues for plebian
a. (alternative spelling of plebeian English) n. (alternative spelling of plebeian English)
Usage examples of "plebian".
I am sorry I had to pay you in fifties but I never bother with oncers, too plebian, too reminiscent of governmental standard allowances, you understand.
At the moment my women are calling him Dumpling which, while plebian, will serve until the end of your campaigning.
The military officer caste, unlike the plebian fascist gangs, have far greater ties and links with the ruling class, and therefore are under much greater control.
Then he had somehow transformed those plebian chicken breasts into a gourmet feast with crisp, colorful stir-fried vegetables aromatic with sesame oil and crunchy with peanuts, and served with fluffy-steamed rice.
Eyes and fingers speak in its favor, visual evidence and palpableness do, too: this strikes an age with fundamentally plebian tastes as fascinating, persuasive, and convincing - after all, it follows instinctively the canon of truth of eternally popular sensualism.
A quick, keeneyed inspection showed that 973-7, like more plebian rooms, had a conventional mail slot.
Yesterday, for example, her bad temper was clearly real, and I had the pleasure of seeing a young nobleman, just as rich as I am penniless and plebian, forced to give up and acknowledge me the favored one.
He had always been more interested in wizardry and the other, more prestigious varieties of magic, not the rather plebian witchcraft.
Perhaps it is our plebian blood, but we are not the sort for high drama.
A gentleman most emphatically does not waste his time on anything as plebian as a Welsh harp.
The cow had a strain of distinctly plebian blood which, transmitted to her calf, probably accounted for their eccentricities.
As the successors of the tent-maker of Tarsus have for thirteen centuries been found on the side of aristocrats in every contest with plebians, so the piety of the East, controlled by men who live without labor, was and is on the side of the royal red man, who has a most royal contempt for plows, hoes and all other degrading implements.
The importance of a public personage could be estimated by the number of layers of flappers cutting him off from ready congress with the plebian mob.
I would choose the moment when the Roman plebians required the patricians to write down the twelve tables of the law and put them where everyone could see them—.