Synonyms of ennoble
1 dignifyDictionary • the fundamental principles of life which ennoble mankind
dignify • I see no point in dignifying this kind of speculation with a response
honour • Two American surgeons were honoured with the Nobel Prize.
enhance • They want to enhance their reputation abroad.
elevate • He was elevated to the post of Prime Minister.
magnify • spend their time magnifying ridiculous details
raise • He was to be raised to the rank of ambassador.
glorify • They've glorified his job with an impressive title, but he's still just a salesman.
exalt • God has put down the mighty from their seats, and exalted them of low degree.
aggrandize • He would go on and on, showing off, aggrandizing himself.
2 raise to the peerage • He had been ennobled for arranging a government loan in 1836.
raise to the peerage
kick upstairs (informal)
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aggrandizeTo aggrandize someone means to make them seem richer, more powerful, and more important than they really are. To aggrandize a building means to make it more impressive.
• He would go on and on, showing off, aggrandizing himself.
dignifyTo dignify something means to make it impressive.
• I see no point in dignifying this kind of speculation with a response
elevateWhen someone or something achieves a more important rank or status, you can say that they are elevated to it.
• He was elevated to the post of Prime Minister.
Thesaurus for ennoble from the Collins English Thesaurus
to make noble, honourable, or excellent; dignify; exalt