What is another word for Nobleness?

Pronunciation: [nˈə͡ʊbə͡lnəs] (IPA)

Nobleness refers to the quality of having high moral principles or traits, including honor, chivalry, and generosity. Synonyms for nobleness include dignity, honorability, loftiness, graciousness, magnanimity, and gallantry. These words all imply a sense of moral excellence and virtuous behavior. Other synonyms for nobleness include righteousness, decency, integrity, and uprightness. These words all speak to the character of a person or a thing, highlighting the importance of having qualities that are valued by society. In all cases, a noble person is one who is respected and admired for their integrity and high moral standards.

Synonyms for Nobleness:

What are the hypernyms for Nobleness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for Nobleness?

Nobleness is a term used to describe a refined and elevated quality of character or behavior. Antonyms for nobleness include behaviors or characteristics that are barbaric, vulgar, or base. Some antonyms for nobleness are dishonor, indecency, baseness, vulgarity, and coarseness. These traits are considered negative because they lack the qualities of selflessness, respect, and honor that are associated with nobleness. Dishonor represents a lack of respect for oneself and others, while indecency is a disregard for social norms and values. Coarseness and vulgarity are often used to describe individuals who lack refinement and sophistication. Baseness indicates a lack of moral standards and principles.

Usage examples for Nobleness

But I would not have it supposed that I do not see the greatness of that ideal, and the Nobleness of the reality out of which it arose.
"The Countess of Albany"
Violet Paget (AKA Vernon Lee)
The moral Nobleness of the situation, in which Pylades and Orestes contend which should sacrifice himself for the other, has already been noticed: 'stantes plaudebant in re ficta.
"The Roman Poets of the Republic"
W. Y. Sellar
I call you always Sir as title to Nobleness of character.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine

Famous quotes with Nobleness

  • Oh, if in this man, whose eyes can flash Heaven's lightning, and make all Calibans into a cramp, there dwelt not, as the essence of his very being, a God's justice, human Nobleness, Veracity and Mercy,—I should tremble for the world. But his strength, let us rejoice to understand, is even this: The quantity of Justice, of Valour and Pity that is in him. To hypocrites and tailored quacks in high places, his eyes are lightning; but they melt in dewy pity softer than a mother's to the downpressed, maltreated; in his heart, in his great thought, is a sanctuary for all the wretched.
    Thomas Carlyle

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