- She has a title, ie is a memberof the nobility.
- He who feels above work has a mistaken idea of true nobility.
- He is remembered for the nobility of his character.
- Her nobility of character made her much admired.
- The nobility usually resist social changes.
- A major social class, such as the nobility, the commons, or the clergy, formerly possessing distinct p
- Having or showing lofty dignity or nobility; stately.
- A hereditary ruling class; nobility.
- The military nobility of the golden horde which consisted of bulgar and kupchak aristocracy clans was formed at the same time presenting a type of new tatar community consciousness.
- Pass any bill of attainder ex post facto law or law impairing the obligation of contracts or grant any title of nobility.
- Secondly these missionaries would gradually and without creating suspicion or exciting alarm introduce a rudimentary cleanliness among the nobility and from them it would work down to the people if the priests could be kept quiet.
- The nobility still preserved their haughtiness.
- Emigre nobility-members of the french nobility who fled france during the french revolution.
- Dickens contrasts the opulence of france's nobility with indigence of her peasants.
- He brazenly courted favour from all the visiting nobility.