Ennoble in a sentence as a verb

I'll give it a shot: "Your choice of words truly ennobles your thoughts.

I am not trying to comfort myself or others, and I am not trying to ennoble this.

That is why an act can itself ennoble or corrupt the person who performs it.

"In 1921 Budapest, 88% of the members of the stock exchange and 91% of the currency brokers were Jews, many of them ennobled.

""Extracting patterns from today's programming practices ennobles them in a way they don't deserve.

I think that, in general, people want to become famous through science, or art, or basketball, or anything, to ennoble their own words.

Two thoughts on the subject from Dr. King:“Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it.

It’s the voyage you should embrace, not the destination. It’s the path that elevates the soul, not the destination. It’s the process that ennobles, not the result.

A large and powerful man, Le Gris was well educated and very wealthy, though from an only recently ennobled family.

This is sad. Can't help but think about a speech in the recent Westworld finale:> Since I was a child, I've always loved a good story.> I believed that stories helped us to ennoble ourselves,> to fix what was broken in us and to help us become the> people we dreamed of being.

That is why an act can itself ennoble or corrupt the person who performs it.-- Joseph WeizenbaumEverybody dies at some point, anyway.

At no time has this ennobled our history.”And finally, an excerpt from "The Gulag Archipelago"... on how to resist fascism & tyranny.

I say no... but of course if your story fits the rags-to-riches American Dream then this can help ennoble what would otherwise be a straightforward tale of simple money-grabbing.

The former doesn't ennoble the latter, and for someone who chose the role of not only originating ideas but seeking also to make them popular, the latter is a real problem.

"History calls those men the greatest who have ennobled themselves by working for the common good; experience acclaims as happiest the man who has made the greatest number of people happy."Fixing!

Give us a new perspective, ennoble our spirits, enrich our minds, be graceful and patient; show us inspiring virtue, remarkable knowledge, well-described experience.

Wellesley might have been an anti-democratic, ennobled aristocrat, but he wasn't the one who overthrew a republic and declared himself Emperor.

It's not right or just or meet or permissible for me to act in that fashion, but the common theory seems to be that, if I go out and round up five hundred more who're pissed off just like me and we all come back with shotguns, or Molotovs, or what-have-you, the very same actions are somehow ennobled thereby.

Ennoble definitions


confer dignity or honor upon; "He was dignified with a title"

See also: dignify


give a title to someone; make someone a member of the nobility

See also: gentle entitle