Examples of nobleman in a Sentence
his impeccable manners immediately marked him as a nobleman
Recent Examples of nobleman from the Web
Faran Tahir plays the ruthless nobleman on a quest for the English throne.
Crawfie enlisted the daughters of palace workers and noblemen to create a troop of Girl Guides (a British version of Girl Scouts) for the princesses.
In it, an old, retired, and slightly kooky nobleman named Alonso Quixano reads too many chivalric romances.
And Brian Kontes ably projected the benevolent grandeur required of every Don Fernando, the nobleman who oversees the plot’s final joyous resolution.
Built in 1722 for a French nobleman, it was first used by the president of France in 1848 and the interview took place in the Salon Dore, the Golden Room, the French equivalent of the Oval Office.
One popular character in the play was a dimwitted English nobleman, Lord Dundreary, who was terrible at telling jokes.
It was founded by Antonio Monteleone, a nobleman who operated a shoe factory in Sicily before emigrating to the USA.
In 1533, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa of Nettersheim, a young German nobleman, authored a groundbreaking work on different approaches to esotericism.
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NOBLEMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nobleman for English Language Learners
: a man who is a member of the nobility
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