Verb(1) confer dignity or honor upon(2) give a title to someone; make someone a member of the nobility
(1) the theater is a moral instrument to ennoble the mind(2) the theatre is a moral instrument to ennoble the mind(3) I can also urge you to live now in the knowledge that your son's passing ennobles our nation, just as I trust it will now ennoble you.(4) To walk on another world, or even to make the attempt, would ennoble every member of the human race.(5) We live by telling our own story, and that story can either ennoble us or demean us.(6) It has been estimated that in the period 1774 to 1789, a total of 2,477 men were ennobled , and the numbers, if anything, were rising slightly directly before the Revolution.(7) He was ennobled by the Emperor of Austria, allowing him to use the honorific ├ö├ç├┐Ritter von├ö├ç├û before his surname.(8) Well-to-do commoners used their money to acquire public office and landed property, which in turn paved the way for ennoblement .(9) Also, speaking from personal experience, following the teachings and example of Jesus Christ has had an ennobling effect on my character.(10) When he was ennobled in 1964, someone remarked he should take the title Lord Corridor of Power.(11) Whatever the motivations of those who supported his ennoblement , however, there was no disguising the pettiness of those who opposed it.(12) It still gratifies us today to read George Orwell: we feel ennobled by him.(13) Besides her ennoblement as a Dame in 1993, her awards included the TS Eliot Prize and the British Literature Prize.(14) Dedicated in 1921 as a monument to World War I's common soldier, the Tomb ennobles the common people of a democratic society.(15) Meanwhile - long before any of his music appeared in print - he was ennobled and, in 1702, made Chevalier de l' Ordre de Latran.(16) For Black, the high point of his life's work came in 2001 when he was ennobled after renouncing his Canadian citizenship.
(1) ennoble :: ennoble
1. dignify ::
2. gentle ::
1. abase ::
2. degrade ::
3. demean ::
4. humble ::
5. humiliate ::
Different Formsennoble, ennobled, ennoblement, ennobles, ennobling
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