Noble-spirited in a sentence

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The Lord of Basche, said Panurge, was a brave, honest, noble-spirited gentleman, who, at his return from the long war in which the Duke of Ferrara, with the help of the French, bravely defended himself against the fury of Pope Julius the Second, was every day cited, warned, and prosecuted at the suit and for the sport and fancy of the fat prior of St. Louant.
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I am extremely glad to get your letter-and such a hearty, noble-spirited letter.
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These outline some methods of reaching the public with the idea that this is a land that is lovable, prosperous, good-humored, great, and noble-spirited.
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Hermione had a kind friend in the noble-spirited Paulina, who was the wife of Antigonus, a Sicilian lord; and when the lady Paulina heard her royal mistress was brought to bed she went to the prison where Hermione was confined; and she said to Emilia, a lady who attended upon Hermione, "I pray you, Emilia, tell the good queen, if her Majesty dare trust me with her little babe, I will carry it to the king, its father: we do not know how he may soften at the sight of his innocent child.
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This noble-spirited and generous offer has been urged on the Slaveholding States by the Chief Executive with an earnestness and sincerity of which history in after-times will make honorable account in recording the events of Mr. Lincoln's administration.
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Examples of Noble-spirited

Example #1
What is it? said Pantagruel.
Example #2
How Ulric Gallet was sent unto Picrochole.
Example #3
It came this morning, and was so extraordinary in its patriotic spirit that I took it to the White House and left it with the President.
Example #4
TO E. W. SCRIPPS SCRIPPS MCRAE SYNDICATE Washington, June 1, 1915 MY DEAR MR.
Example #5
To carry it out will cost a great deal of money, I should say that not less than five million a year should be available.
Example #6
Now let me see if I can be of any help in this work.