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closed - pure, vestal, virgin, virginal, virtuous - homoerotic - paederastic, pederastic - polyandrous - aristocratic, aristocratical, blue, blue-blooded, gentle, patrician - brotherhood, fraternity, sodality - bar, legal community, legal profession - clergy, priesthood - laity, temporalty - electorate - labor, labour, proletariat, working class - labor force, labor pool - lower class, underclass - Lower Middle Class, petit bourgeois, petite bourgeoisie, petty bourgeoisie - employees, hands, labour, manpower, men, workers, workforce, work force - fandom - civil service - bureaucracy, bureaucratism, officialdom, red tape, wheels of government - Boddhisatva, Bodhisattva - vestal virgin - applicant, applier - commoner, common man, common person - go-between, intercessor, intermediary, intermediator, mediator, middleman - Junker - duenna - defendant, suspect, the accused - accuser - acolyte - alderman, alderwoman - angel, backer - arbiter, arbitrator, judge, referee, umpire - bailee - Bart - begum - beneficiary, donee - best friend - Big Brother - boss, hirer - breadwinner - brother, buddy, chum, close, crony, fellow, intimate, mate, pal, sidekick - burgess, burgher - candidate, prospect - catechumen, neophyte - Cavalier, Royalist - choragus - chorister - civil servant - battler, belligerent, combatant, fighter, scrapper - Comrade - concubine, courtesan, courtezan, doxy, paramour - collaborator, confederate, henchman, partner in crime - connection - consignee - count palatine - countess - creditor, patrial - crown prince, dauphin, heir apparent, heir to the throne, Prince of Wales, prince royal, successor to the throne - cuirassier - chaplain, curate, minister, minister of religion, parson, pastor, priest, rector, vicar - czar, tsar, tzar - Dalai Lama, Grand Lama - dauphin - debitor, debtor - demagog, demagogue, manipulator, rabble-rouser - depositor - designated hitter - divorcee, grass widow - doge - Druid - drum major - duchess - archduke - count, earl - emancipator, manumitter - ameer, amir, emeer, emir - emissary, envoy - emperor, kaiser, Kaiser roll - empress, kaiserin - evangelist, gospeler, gospeller, revivalist - Excellency, His Excellency, Lordship, Your Excellency, Your Lordship - executor, executrix - deportee, exile - fakeer, fakir, faqir, faquir - field marshal - field-grade officer, field officer, FO - finalist - first baseman, first sacker - flamen - flapper - adulator, apple-polisher, cajoler, flatterer, wheedler - alien, foreigner, noncitizen, outlander, stranger - beginner, father, founder, founding father - franklin - classifying screen, grader, grading screen, sizing screen - grand duke - grandee - griot - groupie - guide - halberdier - enforcer, hatchet man - head of household - high commissioner - holder - hostage, surety - homemaker, housewife, lady of the house, woman of the house - hubby, husband, married man - iconoclast, image breaker - imam, imaum - erudite person, initiate, learned person, pundit, savant, scholar - in-law, relative-in-law - agitator, firebrand, inciter, instigant, instigator, provoker - interloper, intruder, trespasser - encroacher, invader - bigwig, kingpin, top banana - banneret, knight banneret, knight of the square flag - knight-errant - know-all, know-it-all - Kshatriya - Lady, noblewoman, peer, peeress - lancer - landgrave - layman, layperson, secular - leaseholder, lessee - legate, official emissary - licentiate - outsider, underdog - guiding light, leading light, luminary, notability, notable, star - man - marquess - marquess, marquis - emcee, host, marshal, master of ceremonies - medium, sensitive, spiritualist - bearer - Dago, metic - miles gloriosus - milord - misanthrope, misanthropist - model, poser - model, role model - Moghul, Mogul - Monsignor, My Lord - most valuable player, MVP - moujik, mujik, muzhik, muzjik - entrant, fledgeling, fledgling, freshman, neophyte, newbie, newcomer, starter - nomad - beginner, debutant, fledgling, initiate, newbie, noob, novice, tenderfoot, tiro, tyro - nuncio, papal nuncio - orator, prayer, public speaker, rhetorician, speechifier, speechmaker - arranger, organiser, organizer - orphan - castaway, Ishmael, leper, outcast, pariah - crowned head, lord, master, monarch, overlord, prince, ruler, sovereign - passenger, rider - pendragon - performer, performing artist - Corinthian, man-about-town, playboy - authorised agent, authorized agent, delegate, plenipotentiary, proxy - brigand, corsair, despoiler, freebooter, looter, pillager, pirate, plunderer, raider, robber, rover, spoiler - political prisoner - pol, political leader, politician, politico - influence, influencing - bully, cut-up, hoaxer, practical joker, prankster, tease, tormentor, tricker, trickster - prince - prince consort - Prince of Wales - princess - crown princess, dauphine, heir apparent, heiress to the throne, princess royal - POW, prisoner of war - proselyte - psychopomp - raja, rajah - anchoress, anchoret, anchorite, ancress, hermit - challenger, competition, competitor, contender, instigator, rival - roomie, roommate, roomy - saddhu, sadhu - pupil, schoolboy, schoolgirl - pupil, school-age child, schoolboy, schoolchild, schoolgirl - schoolgirl - Sea Scout - semifinalist - Shah, Shah of Iran - Arab chief, sheik, sheikh, tribal sheik, tribal sheikh - Shudra, Sudra - Sir - Sister - sister-in-law - shirker, slacker - hard worker, slave, striver - bugger, pederast, sod, sodomist, sodomite - sojourner - son-in-law - speaker, talker, utterer, verbaliser, verbalizer - Speaker - Fungi, fungus kingdom, kingdom Fungi - killjoy, party pooper, spoilsport, wet blanket - sport, sportsman, sportswoman - stakeholder - alternate, backup, backup man, deputy, double, fill-in, locum tenens, relief, reliever, replacement, stand-in, substitute, surrogate, understudy - half brother, half-brother, half-sister, stepbrother, stepsister - daughter-in-law, stepchild, stepdaughter - dad-in-law, stepfather, stepmother - stepchild, stepson - foot soldier, subordinate, subsidiary, underling - reserve, second-stringer, substitute - surrogate mother - survivor - ass-kisser, bootlicker, brownnose, coaxer, crawler, creep, fawner, groveler, groveller, lackey, lickspittle, spaniel, sweet-talker, sycophant, toady - Tartufe, Tartuffe - Ted, Teddy boy - towner, townsman - trainee - bum, hobo, tramp - reship, transfer, transferee - undergrad, undergraduate - unemployed person - union representative - supplanter, usurper - holidaymaker, holiday maker, holiday-maker, tourist, vacationer, vacationist - sweetheart, valentine - feudatory, liege, liege lord, liegeman, liege man, liege subject, vassal - vigilance man, vigilante - villager - viscount - viscount - sybarite, voluptuary - traveller, voyager - peeper, Peeping Tom, voyeur - Auriga, carter, waggoner, wagoner - relict, widow, widow woman - widower, widowman - ma'am, Madam, Miss, Mrs, Mrs., Ms - attestant, attestator, attestor, witness - manwhore, philanderer, womaniser, womanizer - wonder woman - yuppie, yuppy - homelessness - rank, social rank, social station, social status - command - civil state, civil status, condition, marital status, state - marriage, matrimony, spousal relationship, union, wedlock - endogamy, inmarriage, intermarriage - exogamy, intermarriage - marriage of convenience - monogamousness, monogamy - polyandry - polygamy - immaculacy, virginity - captivity, closed-loop control, enslavement - bondage, dependence, dependency, servitude - serfdom, serfhood, vassalage - captivity, immurement, imprisonment, incarceration - durance - military rank, military rating, paygrade, rating - kingship[Domaine]



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