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Synonyms for ennoble

raise to the peerage

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Synonyms for ennoble

to cause to be eminent or recognized

to raise to a high position or status

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confer dignity or honor upon

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THE newly ennobled Baroness Mone of Brasandknickersland made a bit of a gaffe on breakfast telly when she used the term "OCD" in a lighthearted way, saying she liked having it because it was good for business.
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Ghalib's poems are an inexhaustible mine of the finest human expressions that have been ennobled by his genius to attain the status of a chronicle of history.
Sir Michael - later ennobled as Lord Havers after being appointed lord chancellor - is reported to have tried to prevent whistle-blowing MP Geoffrey Dickens airing claims about abuse by a senior diplomat in Parliament.
Black life presented on its own terms, on a grand and epic scale, with all its richness and fullness, in a language that was vibrant and which, made attendant to everyday life, ennobled it, affirmed its value, and exalted its presence.
Which British prime minister was ennobled as the Earl of Beaconsfield?
King Kenny needs not to be so ennobled in my opinion.
King Kenny need not to be so ennobled in my opinion.
This time next year Miss Middleton, who met Prince William while they studied at St Andrews University, will be looking forward to her 30th birthday as an ennobled member of the Royal Family.
I am not opposed to being a Lady" - Pauline Prescott, whose husband John - the former deputy prime minister - could be ennobled after the election.
According to The Guardian, the chairman of the Public Honours Scrutiny Committee, Lord Thomson of Monifieth, told then Prime Minister Tony Blair that the issue of Lord Ashcroft's tax status "seems central" to the question of whether he should be ennobled.
However, AP should be ennobled - Lord McCoy of Antrim - for what he has achieved, when one considers his life is in peril in every race he rides in - about 1,000 a year.
He was the first British scientist to be ennobled for his contributions.
God did not just ennoble the Muslims; He ennobled the whole of mankind.
This quaint French order of champagne lovers, who have the tough commitment to only drink champagne, recently ennobled Allen in the gilded caves of the Mercier champagne house in Reims.