Synonyms for Patrician:

adj.

noble (adjective)
distinguished, dignified, courtly, kingly, august, knightly, imposing, grand, celebrated, ladylike, magisterial, noble, majestic, queen-like, highborn, great, sovereign, baronial, princely, heroic, wellborn, imperial, aristocratic, regal, lordly, royal, stately.
upper-class (adjective)
grand, aristocratic, highborn, wellborn, royal, noble, gentle, blue-blooded.

n.

well-bred, Well-born, well-to-do, high-born, titled. thoroughbred, elite, upper crust, highbred, upper class, wellborn, over, highborn. patrician (noun)
blue-blooded, aristocrat, gentle, blue blood, aristocratic, aristocratical, blue.
person born to upper class (noun)
aristocrat, blue blood.

Other synonyms:

wellborn, high-born. highborn, highbred. thoroughbred. elite. Other relevant words:
blue-blooded, highborn, blue, aristocrat, upper crust, high-born, highbred, aristocratical, blue blood, titled, gentle, wellborn, aristocratic, well-bred, elite, Well-born, thoroughbred.

Usage examples for patrician

  1. Their beauty is very, very great, not a beauty of coloring alone, but a beauty of feature which is able to be patrician without being unkind; and if, as some American women say, they do not carry themselves well, it takes an American woman to see it. – London Films by W.D. Howells
  2. But a patrician order is the work of time. – The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5) by Thomas Babington Macaulay