Examples of nobleman in a Sentence
his impeccable manners immediately marked him as a nobleman
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The estate is on a parcel of land that once belonged to 14th-century Swedish nobleman Bo Jonsson Grip.
This was a not uncommon reaction of heirless English noblemen well into the 20th century.
According to the Encylcopaedia Britannica, Stafford was a powerful nobleman during the reign of Henry VII and had even been considered as a possible successor to the crown.
Formerly known as Palazzo Bacchini delle Palme, the grand 15th-century nobleman's residence used to host the likes of Lord Byron, Casanova, Titian, and Marco Polo.
The hero of The Lady of the Lake is a nobleman named James Douglas, but American audiences loved the glamorous bandit who ruled by blood right and instinct, says Ian Duncan, an English professor at the University of California at Berkeley.
The rootless nobleman Jaques, portrayed with the requisite world weariness by Ian Merrill Peakes, embodies the play’s melancholy.
In the books, Rhaegar Targaryen gave Lyanna Stark a blue rose in front of the nobleman in Westeros, signaling their possible affection for each other.
Where to Stay If only the walls could talk at the NH Collection Cáceres Palacio de Oquendo, a rustic-chic hotel that was once the palace of a 16th-century nobleman, in the heart of the Old Town.
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First Known Use of nobleman
Synonymsgrandee, lord, milord, gentleman, peer
Related Wordscountry gentleman, squire; cavalier, chevalier, knight; don, hidalgo, nabob, nawab, seigneur, seignior, sheikh (or sheik); baron, baronet, count, duke, earl, esquire, marchese, margrave, marquess (or marquis), master, prince, princelet, princeling, raja, viscount; lordship, sire [archaic]
Near Antonymsboor, churl, cottar (or cotter), fellah, peasant, peon; commoner, pleb, plebeian; proletarian; toiler
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