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But the poor woman is gone home without any hope, but only Mr. Coventry's own nobleness.
Our aim is not the greatest possible happiness, but, as Carlyle said, the greatest possible nobleness.
But her native nobleness of character shone through the theological clouds.
A man of some real nobleness, this Albert; though not with wisdom enough, not with good fortune enough.
There was a nobleness in his voice which she had not noted before; it charmed and lulled her.
THE PROUD PRINCEJUSTIN HUNTLY MCCARTHY
For there were hearts to whom the nobleness of this man was known; and his worth to the Puritan Cause was evident.
Your poor mother would be still more disturbed, if the nobleness of her mind did not support her.'
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
The Nubian women especially exhibit a grace and dignity of movement which reveal the nobleness of their origin.
THE DESERT WORLDARTHUR MANGIN
But he is so good, and has shown to me such nobleness and affection, that I can hardly bring myself to have any secret from him.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
These gentlemen have a high and self-respecting idea of the nobleness and utility of their vocation.

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