The adventure of that night went far, indeed, to reform and ennoble the mind and habits of George Legard.
They are our gods: they round and ennoble the most partial and sordid way of living.
It was on such occasions that the man of intellect revived to ennoble and illumine everything.
He has not sought to ennoble her heart so much as to weaken it with flatteries.
It is the children who ennoble their ancestors, and not the ancestors the children.
No sentiments that enlarge, ennoble, move, or mend the heart!
Justice must, indeed, be a great virtue, when its very shadow can ennoble human nature.
He began almost to believe that money could ennoble as well as satisfy.
It is too cheap a way to idealize and ennoble self in the noontide sun of one marriage-day.
You will have cares,—and even those will ennoble the world to you, and you to the world.