[ US /ɪˈnoʊbəɫ/ ]
VERB
  1. confer dignity or honor upon
    He was dignified with a title
  2. give a title to someone; make someone a member of the nobility
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How To Use ennoble In A Sentence

  • Persons thus co-opted by the Senate were liable to the burden of the praetorship , and likewise those whom the Emperor ennobled, unless special exemption were granted.
  • He ennobled everything he touched with his brush or his pencil.
  • In a strange way she seemed ennobled by the grief she had experienced.
  • It is not true suffering ennobles the character; happiness does that sometimes, but suffering, for the most part, makes men petty and vindictive. 
  • The recently ennobled Lord Farmer has vivid memories of childhood. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was ennobled in 1774 and put in charge of irregular forces.
  • It still gratifies us today to read George Orwell: we feel ennobled by him.
  • The total effect of Aristofie's thought is to ennoble humanity and to increase personal responsibility.
  • I certainly believe that the blogosphere should advance and ennoble the public debate - not coarsen it.
  • Ye have known the deeds that have raised this war between me and you, sons of Adnan; and if I do not appease myself among you, never may I be called ennobled in my parents! Antar :
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