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See definition of noblemen on Dictionary.com
  • nounpeer
  • nounman of noble birth

synonyms for noblemen

  • aristocrat
  • lord
  • noble
  • royalty
  • blueblood
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Melfort was particularly active in laying traps for the young noblemen and gentlemen of the Legation.
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Great noblemen show their respect for their prince; this concerns them, as they have also their dependants.
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At the Royal Abbey doors they stopped successively to let the noblemen and ladies alight.
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To these two classes were added adventurers, ruined noblemen, younger sons, to whom all troubles were equally acceptable.
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We are ready for those noblemen and clergymen, for all the tonsured fraternity and their bishop to boot!
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Sometimes he had young noblemen of his acquaintance with him.
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There are several Noblemen that keep a good Table, and are very civil to Strangers.
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It was an oligarchy of a few powerful whig noblemen, whose rule was supreme in England.
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The execution of Somerset was the work of politicians, of great noblemen jealous of his ascendency.
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