He carried his Cross through all the decades, carried it with honor and nobility.
There is nobility in such love, one soldier for another—the living for the dead.
Young Fred got really irritated then and pointed out all the actresses that had actually married into the nobility.
He wants this sense of nobility and loyalty and honor that the Starks carry.
They work anonymously and there is nobility in what they do.
But it is most of all interesting for the nobility of its proportions and the simplicity of its architecture.
Her woman's intuition was sufficient guarantee of the nobility of his character.
His true father is Vasudeva, a leader of the Yadava nobility and member of the Mathura ruling caste.
There was in this man an Oriental nobility choked by Western fashion and customs.
It was a blank, pale face, full of splendid resolution and the nobility of suffering, but without one ray of hope.
mid-14c., "quality of being excellent or rare," from Old French nobilite "high rank; dignity, grace; great deed" (12c., Modern French nobilité), and directly from Latin nobilitatem (nominative nobilitas) "celebrity, fame; high birth; excellence, superiority; the nobles," from nobilis "well-known, prominent" (see noble (adj.)). Meaning "quality of being of noble rank or birth" is attested from late 14c.; sense of "noble class collectively" is from 1520s.