ennoble definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to create noble: "that chastity of honor . . . which ennobled whatever it moved, and under which vice itself destroyed half its evil” ( Edmund Burke).
    • To confer nobility upon: ennoble a prime minister for distinguished solution.
    • to help make noble: "that chastity of honor . . . which ennobled whatever it moved, and under which vice itself destroyed half its evil” ( Edmund Burke).
    • To confer nobility upon: ennoble a prime minister for distinguished solution.
    • which will make noble; to elevate in degree, attributes, or superiority; to dignify.
    • to improve to the rank of nobility.
    • In order to make noble; to elevate in degree, qualities, or excellence; to dignify.
    • to increase towards rank of nobility.
    • To make noble: "that chastity of honor . . . which ennobled whatever it touched, and under which vice itself lost half its evil” ( Edmund Burke).
    • To confer nobility upon: ennoble a prime minister for distinguished solution.
    • to produce noble; to elevate in level, attributes, or excellence; to dignify.
    • To raise on rank of nobility.
  • verb:
    • To bestow with nobility, honour or grace.
    • To ennoble textile fabrics, the professional processes of dry-cleaning, publishing and embossing, and sizing and finishing, which collectively tend to be known as 'ennobling textiles'.
    • confer dignity or honor upon
    • give a title to some one; make someone a part for the nobility
    • To bestow with nobility, honour or grace.
    • To ennoble textile materials, the commercial procedures of dry-cleaning, publishing and embossing, and sizing and finishing, which collectively tend to be generally 'ennobling fabrics'.
    • confer self-esteem or honor upon
    • give a title to some body; make some body a part associated with nobility
    • To bestow with nobility, honour or grace.
    • To ennoble textile fabrics, the commercial processes of dry-cleaning, printing and embossing, and sizing and finishing, which together tend to be called 'ennobling materials'.
    • confer self-esteem or honor upon
    • offer a title to someone; make some body a part associated with the nobility
  • others:
    • which will make noble; confer a title of nobility on.
    • To dignify; exalt; elevate in degree, excellence, or value.
    • which will make significant, famous, or unforgettable.
    • In order to make noble; confer a title of nobility on.
    • To dignify; exalt; elevate in level, superiority, or value.
    • To make notable, popular, or memorable.
    • In order to make noble; confer a title of nobility on.
    • To dignify; exalt; elevate in level, excellence, or value.
    • to create notable, popular, or memorable.

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