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The man has the Patrician look and the grace and dignified posture coupled with an imposing appearance; he defies belittlement.
Patrician is not capitalised (except when it begins a sentence).
It's a nice sentence, but I don't think I know anyone who ever used the word "patrician."
And an honour it is.
Have any natives here said 'He defies belittlement'?
No , and I would also like to ask the threadstarter (that's you NewHopeR) if you would please stop referring to native English speakers as "natives" (a person born in a specified place or associated with a place by birth).
Your question should be titled: "Does this sound natural?" or "Does this sound natural to a native speaker?"
Thank you in advance.