noun. ['noʊˈbɪləti'] the quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct.
Words that Rhyme with Nobility
Example sentences of the word nobility
1. Noun, singular or mass
The food intake of the ancient Egyptian nobility is estimated to have been extremely high in saturated fat.
Quotes containing the word nobility
1. There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.
- Ernest Hemingway
2. the depth of a person's character is not measured by his or her physical strength, but by the depth of his or her nobility.
- Frank E. Peretti
3. No more is your master a god, Nobility, but he wants offerings from all. When Black God claims us, who will be punished for giving worship and power to a false god? The prince? Or Banjiku?
- Tamora Pierce, Emperor Mage
noun. ['noʊˈbɪləti'] a privileged class holding hereditary titles.
- blue blood
- elite group
- male aristocrat
- female aristocrat
noun. ['noʊˈbɪləti'] the state of being of noble birth.