Noun(1) the state of being of noble birth(2) members of the nobility (especially of the French nobility
(1) Explaining the setting, Wilsher says: ‘The balmy English summer evening seems the perfect place for Mozart's tale of marital infidelity, the privileges of the noblesse and the anguish of young love.’(2) Undaunted by the opaque mix of fact and fantasy surrounding the French noblesse and their chateaux, he has transposed to France the lines of enquiry pioneered in his acclaimed Life in the English Country House.(3) And though not all redcoats are aristocrats, it is the noblesse and the classes abutting it who still run the show.(4) The argument echoed historian G.M. Trevelyan's quip about the French Revolution: ‘if the French noblesse had been capable of playing cricket with their peasants, their chateaux would never have been burnt.’(5) You need to scroll down until you reach the Viceroy of Redonda's announcement of this year's annual prize, a list of the noblesse of that Kingdom, and the patent for the ennobling of Claudio Magris as the Duke of Seconda Mano.
(1) noblesse oblige :: gorfodi noblesse
1. nobility ::
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