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impressive in appearance

of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times

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having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character

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inert especially toward oxygen

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Just hours before his death his commanding officer said that Pte Pilling had "nobly volunteered to help carry a wounded officer over the top from our trench to another."
Each new report of a terrorist atrocity brings with it news of people who responded nobly. In Manchester at the pop concert, a couple of homeless tramps were reported to have made themselves instantly helpful.
The main characters are somewhat unrealistic; they never give up and always behave nobly. Though the book has a happy ending, the conclusion does not follow logically from the excessively dire circumstances that precede it.
A great The result was never in doubt afer Hanagan kicked for glory a furlong out and the More Than Ready colt cruised home three lengths clear of Nobly Born (5-1).
A great The result was never in doubt after Hanagan kicked for glory a furlong out and the More Than Ready colt cruised home three lengths clear of Nobly Born (5-1).
Alan Titchmarsh nobly advising us gals on the topiary techniques for pruning our bushes?
Nobly POS has completed integration with its PowaPOS T25 tablet POS hardware platform.
Openers The Generals struggled nobly against the weather to draw in a damp but appreciative crowd and Newcastlebred headliners, Maximo Park, finished things off in style.
Cross' thesis was titled " 'Theirs Was the Task and Nobly They Performed It': A Defense of the United States Constitution and Its Promotion of Happiness.''
Back in King's Landing, Jaime Lannister gets a new sparring partner in every sense when Bron gets involved in his rehabilitation, we discover who will become the proud owner of the second Valyrian steel sword, forged last week and Tyrion nobly tries to protect Shae from the wrath of his father.
Launched in line with the 28th anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution, Ramos' book serves as a reminder that ordinary citizens can "serve just as nobly in defense of our freedom as the soldiers who fall in combat."
At Duck Hill in Montgomery County, on the lawn of the Baptist church, the Confederate Monument bears this wording: "Through their courage they won immortal victory and deathless fame for to die nobly is the proudest glory of virtue."
"In an age when our industry is being tremendously challenged, it's a pleasure for the HAVA team to welcome companies, like Taurus, who still take the time to support those who have supported America so nobly."
Horns (Beethoven augmented them for the first-ever expressive reason in a symphony - Haydn and Mozart's examples of four horns were for technical expediency) were nobly magnificent, woodwinds were eloquent, and strings were deliciously responsive to Nelsons' often baton-less beat.