ennoblement

NOUN
  1. the state of being noble
  2. the act of raising someone to the nobility
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How To Use ennoblement In A Sentence

  • In 1789 half of the cahiers of the nobility demanded the end to ennoblement through venal offices.
  • The reward for his family was ennoblement and the right to exploit the canal as a fief with rights of seigneurial jurisdiction.
  • A couple of months ago, when the newspaper publisher Conrad Black became a member of Britain’s House of Lords, his induction was called an investiture as well as an ennoblement. The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time
  • The house also has aged - it looks small and poverty-stricken despite its attempts at ennoblement, and has not been maintained.
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