النبيل, النبيل الشريف, أرستقراطي, النوبل قطعة نقد إنكليزية, رئيس جماعة من العمالنبيل, شريف, شهم, ممتاز, رفيع الجناب, بارز, فخم, كريم, نفيس
Noun(1) a titled peer of the realm
Adjective(1) impressive in appearance(2) of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times(3) having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character(4) inert especially toward oxygen
(1) The valiant one and his noble steed hiked up to the hill where the castle was.(2) The only blemish on such noble intentions was the absence yesterday of ordinary people.(3) I am still yet to be convinced that Argentinian Malbec is one of the great wines of the world, or the Malbec is a truly noble grape variety.(4) The new privileges belong to ├ö├ç├┐preferred minorities├ö├ç├û rather than noble families.(5) Can there be a more noble , unselfish profession?(6) "You don't have to be so noble , Toby, " I replied.(7) If you have the goal of being born into a noble family in your future life, surrounded by wealth and luxury and by many beautiful forms, it is possible that this aim might be fulfilled because of the effect of the practice.(8) Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was born in a noble family at Delhi on October 17, 1817.(9) Sadly, this plan is riddled with problems, no matter how noble it sounds.(10) This personal contact also reminds the student that he or she is part of a larger effort to mobilize the American people for noble intellectual and moral causes.(11) Those who were noble , titled, in their own right, she would have no choice but to accept their presence at court.(12) I cut him short and moved on to say that neither self-hatred nor envy were good reasons to strive to improve oneself and that ambition was a fine and noble thing when seen as part of a quest for perfection, for its own sake.(13) Kate was a lady imbued with many fine and noble qualities.(14) Now defiled with graffiti, this noble monument may be as much of a tribute as we'll get for a depression-era Edmonton history; perhaps it's fitting.(15) Such brandies are distinctive, often noble , and almost always underrated.(16) While this may sound noble , they can't seriously think this will be effective.
(1) noble-minded :: شهم
1. aristocratic ::
2. righteous ::
3. magnificent ::
4. stately ::
5. aristocrat ::
6. nobleman ::
1. common ::
2. humble ::
3. ignoble ::
4. low ::
5. lowly ::
6. mean ::
7. plebeian ::
Different Formsnoble, nobleness, nobles
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