Society had ceased to be small, select and exclusive; it was becoming increasingly mixed, cosmopolitan and plutocratic.
A smart chauffeur waited with a plutocratic car in the sweep of the drive.
The nouveau riche of the new plutocratic type comes thrusting among you, demonstrating that sometimes quite obtrusively.
The attitude of Tunbridge Wells (the most plutocratic town in England, by the way) towards the book was adorable.
With the advent of plutocratic fashion respect for official position had dwindled at Washington.
The aristocratic ideal in the world into which Mrs. Moulton had come was distinctly intellectual rather than plutocratic.
He never dreamed either of cutting a figure in plutocratic society or making himself a public character.
But by the 'nineties it had become amorphous, unwieldy, cosmopolitan and plutocratic.
"Always be businesslike," said Skippy, poising a pencil over a sheet of paper with plutocratic nonchalance.
Three thousand pounds scarcely represent what could be regarded as a plutocratic investment.