ennoble

[ en-noh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF ennoble

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For how many years has it been my intention to exalt and ennoble you!

They are our gods: they round and ennoble the most partial and sordid way of living.

He has not sought to ennoble her heart so much as to weaken it with flatteries.

No sentiments that enlarge, ennoble, move, or mend the heart!

Because religion ever seeks to ennoble a man; and nothing so debases him as revenge.

He began almost to believe that money could ennoble as well as satisfy.

So he tried to ennoble it by writing it in this way: d'Unlap.

You will have cares,—and even those will ennoble the world to you, and you to the world.

Cornelia urged her son to do some work to ennoble his name and benefit Rome.

I believe that the experience may strengthen and ennoble her.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c. (implied in ennobled), from Middle French ennoblir; see en- (1) + noble (adj.). Related: Ennobling.

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