An aristocrat; one of aristocratic blood. from 14th c.
“This country house was occupied by nobles in the 16th century.”
A medieval gold coin of England in the 14th and 15th centuries, usually valued at 6s 8d. from 14th c.
Having honorable qualities; having moral eminence and freedom from anything petty, mean or dubious in conduct and character.
“He made a noble effort.”
“He is a noble man who would never put his family in jeopardy.”
Grand; stately; magnificent; splendid.
“a noble edifice”
Of exalted rank; of or relating to the nobility; distinguished from the masses by birth, station, or title; highborn.
“noble blood; a noble personage”
Both isohedral and isogonal.
To raise on high.
To exalt; to heighten; to improve; to purify.
To dignify; to ennoble.
Noble and majestic.
Impressive and awe-inspiring, yet simple.
“a sublime deed”
Lifted up; high in place; exalted aloft; uplifted; lofty.
Elevated by joy; elated.
Lofty of mien; haughty; proud.
belonging by rank, title, or birth to the aristocracy
“the Duchess of Kent and several other noble ladies”
“the medieval palace was once owned by a noble Florentine family”
having or showing fine personal qualities or high moral principles
“the promotion of human rights was a noble aspiration”
of imposing or magnificent size or appearance
“noble arches and massive granite columns”
“there is nothing more noble than a mature pine forest”
of excellent or superior quality
“Chardonnay is the noble grape from which some of the finest white wines are produced”
(especially in former times) a person of noble rank or birth
“the greater a noble’s military power, the more land he could control”
“the king imposed a tax on both nobles and peasants”
a former English gold coin first issued in 1351.