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Definition of Noble

  • Possessing eminence, elevation, dignity, etc.; above whatever is low, mean, degrading, or dishonorable; magnanimous; as, a noble nature or action; a noble heart.
  • Grand; stately; magnificent; splendid; as, a noble edifice.
  • Of exalted rank; of or pertaining to the nobility; distinguished from the masses by birth, station, or title; highborn; as, noble blood; a noble personage.
  • A person of rank above a commoner; a nobleman; a peer.
  • An English money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s. 8 d. sterling, or about $1.61 (in 1913).
  • A European fish; the lyrie.
  • a titled peer of the realm
  • having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character
  • of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times

How to use noble in a sentence. Noble pronunciation.

After five years I left, with a bald head at twenty-nine, and a little book of noble thoughts-Tips for the Tired, or Things you can say To-day on what you can do to-morrow.
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Then, said he: "Gentlemen, I have planned a lucrative and useful service for you -a service which will provide you with recreation amid noble landscapes, and afford you never ceasing opportunities for enriching your minds by observation and study.
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We plodded on, two or three hours longer, and at last the Lake burst upon us-a noble sheet of blue water lifted six thousand three hundred feet above the level of the sea, and walled in by a rim of snow-clad mountain peaks that towered aloft full three thousand feet higher still!
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The forest about us was dense and cool, the sky above us was cloudless and brilliant with sunshine, the broad lake before us was glassy and clear, or rippled and breezy, or black and storm-tossed, according to Nature's mood; and its circling border of mountain domes, clothed with forests, scarred with land-slides, cloven by canons and valleys, and helmeted with glittering snow, fitly framed and finished the noble picture.
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A True Relation of the happy Conversion of a Noble _French_ Lady, from the Errors and Superstitions of Popery, to the Reformed Religion, by the means of a Protestant Gardner her Servant, Being the most Stupendious and Surprizing History that ever was known, and worthy to be had in all Families.
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She had gone out, clinging to his arm into the peristyle of his father's house; as he walked backward and forwards with poor, weary, abandoned Sirona, his neglected figure seemed by degrees to assume the noble aspect of a high- born Greek; and instead of the rough, rocky soil, he felt as if he were treading the beautiful mosaic pavement of his father's court.
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The value of the Russian nature consists in this-that it is capable, more than any other, of receiving the noble word of the Gospel, which leads man toward perfection.
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He came honestly by the patrician quality that unconsciously animated all his books, for his family was both ancient and noble.
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Of course they at first fall an easy prey to the men who have the gift of eloquence; for nothing hypnotises a woman more speedily than noble sentiments in the mouth of a man.
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Insarov's splendid mind and noble aspirations accomplish nothing, because his lungs are weak.
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The woman Marianna is a sister of Elena, whom we learned to know in "On the Eve;" she has the purity, not of an angel, but of a noble woman.
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But chill penury could not repress his noble rage.
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Compared with this Friend of the Family, Tartuffe was unselfish and noble: Joseph Surface modest and retiring; Pecksniff a humble and loyal man.
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One of the speeches of the spineless young Russian, Alosha, might be taken as illustrative of the life-purpose of our novelist: "I am on fire for high and noble ideals; they may be false, but the basis on which they rest is holy.
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You are more honest than all of us, more noble than all, better than all, more clever than all!
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The triple contrast in the book is powerfully shown: first, the contrast between the majesty of the mountains and the pettiness of man; second, the contrast between the noble simplicity of the Cossack women and the artificiality of the padded shapes of society females; third, the contrast between the two ways of life, that which Olenin recognises as right, the Christian law of self-denial, but which he does not follow, and the almost sublime pagan bodily joy of old Uncle Yeroshka, who lives in exact harmony with his creed.
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BUT WHAT IS MOST NOBLE AND GENEROUS.-PRES.
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She had a noble Christian man for a captain, and as good a sailor as ever trod the quarter-deck, and he had under him a good and obedient crew.
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Her hair was blond, her eyes blue and expressive, her carriage noble, and her figure striking, while her hand and foot might have served as models; in fact, her whole person breathed youth, health, and freshness.
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Ordinarily the multitude at fetes of this kind is composed of little more than one class of people and a few modest bourgeois that is all; very rarely of people with equipages, more rarely still people of the court; but here there were all, and there was no one so low that he could not have the satisfaction of elbowing a countess or some other noble inhabitant of the Faubourg St. Germain, for all Paris seemed to be at Versailles.
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Examples of Noble

Example #1
I lost my hair worrying, but I learned to be patient.
Example #2
We had good hands, but it had the joker.
Example #3
Her importunities and theirs together drove him to a gentle desperation at last, and he finally summoned the Brigade to the presence.
Example #4
I want you to survey a railroad from Carson City westward to a certain point!
Example #5
It was a vast oval, and one would have to use up eighty or a hundred good miles in traveling around it.
Example #6
Thus refreshed, we presently resumed the march with renewed vigor and determination.