Synonyms of 'nobility'
1 aristocracyDictionary, lords, elite
They married into the nobility and entered the highest ranks of society.
2 dignityDictionary, majesty, greatness
I found Mr. Mandela supremely courteous, with a genuine nobility of bearing.
3 integrityDictionary, honour, virtue
There can be no doubt about the remarkable strength and nobility of her character.
I have always regarded him as a man of integrity.
I can no longer serve with honour as a member of your government.
His mother was held up to the family as a paragon of virtue.
He retains his faith in human goodness.
It's time for complete honesty from political representatives.
adopting a tone of moral righteousness
a woman renowned for her moral probity
people of the utmost rectitude
a contest in which courage and Victorian uprightness win through
a school once noted for its academic excellence
pilots who achieved eminence in the aeronautical world
related adjective nobiliary
subject word lists:Ranks of British nobility (in order of precedence) Ranks of foreign nobility
New nobility is but the act of power, but ancient nobility is the act of time– Essays]
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The aristocracy is a class of people in some countries who have a high social rank and special titles.
a member of the aristocracy
If someone behaves or moves with dignity, they are calm, controlled, and admirable.
Everyone admired her extraordinary dignity and composure.
Thesaurus for nobility from the Collins English Thesaurus
The nobility of a society are all the people who have titles and belong to a high social class.