Ennobles



[en-noh-buh l] /ɛnˈnoʊ bəl/

verb (used with object), ennobled, ennobling.
1.
to elevate in degree, excellence, or respect; dignify; exalt:
a personality ennobled by true generosity.
2.
to confer a title of nobility on.
/ɪˈnəʊbəl/
verb (transitive)
1.
to make noble, honourable, or excellent; dignify; exalt
2.
to raise to a noble rank; confer a title of nobility upon
v.

late 15c. (implied in ennobled), from Middle French ennoblir; see en- (1) + noble (adj.). Related: Ennobling.

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