nobleness

[ noh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF nobleness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOBLENESS

He studied Hope's beauty with his eyes, he pondered on all her nobleness.

I have loved her ever since for all that she awakened within me of nobleness.

He did not see the beauty, the nobleness of it, nor yet its beneficial power.

I may expect all things, Madam, interrupted he, from the nobleness of your mind.

But has your nobleness any serious objection to my carrying a wand?

The heroic soul does not sell its justice and its nobleness.

Yet his character was stamped with nobleness as well as strength.

A loftier ideal of the nobleness of true womanhood has come to me.

He stifles what nobleness of character he may have and he cultivates depravity and barbarism.

It was not given him to die for the noblest cause, and yet he died because of his nobleness.

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