Synonyms for noblemen

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Most of the boys who attended Brienne school were the sons of French noblemen.

I would as soon not have these noblemen of yours for my valets.

Arms and names of noblemen and knights admitted to the said society.

And compared with the great landed noblemen of England, he is poor.

Princes and noblemen have ever sought their own advantage of me.

Noblemen joined the army and navy as volunteers, and in the ranks there were no pressed men.

But she might enlist the aid of one of her noblemen who were interested in the drama.

But poor people are now living in the palaces of noblemen and merchants.

For truly, such as the noblemen be, such will the people be.

Let the priest preach, and the noblemen handle the temporal matters.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, from noble (adj.) + man (n.). Noblewoman is from 1570s.