noble

[ noh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF noble

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOBLE

And of necessity, even the noble have their moments of deshabille.

Often he cursed himself as a wretch for paining that pure and noble heart.

Above all, our noble jester succeeds in his mission of laugh-producing.

"I give not the pip of an apple for king or for noble," cried the serf passionately.

We must cultivate the noble virtues that have their root in pride.

Even Enobarbus is conquered at the last by Antony's noble magnanimity.

A noble avenue of plane-trees leads from the station to the ancient town.

When she had despatched the noble author, her ladyship indulged her laughter.

The Assistant Commissioner himself did not turn into the noble building.

That was a very pretty trick that I played on the most noble marquis at Granada.

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