Examples of nobleman in a Sentence
his impeccable manners immediately marked him as a nobleman
Recent Examples of nobleman from the Web
The museum is set in a Renaissance nobleman’s home and includes works by Goya’s rivals and mentors as well as an extensive collection of his etchings; museogoya.ibercaja.es/en, 23 Calle Espoz y Mina.
The Pavillon de la Reine is housed inside a 17th-century hotel particulier (nobleman’s mansion) on the prettiest square in Paris: the Place des Vosges in the Marais.
A French nobleman, the Marquis de Lafayette, served in George Washington's army.
The second figure in the cast is a French nobleman who sported a waxed mustache and a grand name.
No exemption is to be given to a nobleman because of his nobility, or to a wealthy man in regard to his wealth.
A Gentleman in Moscow captivates readers with the story of Count Alexander Rostov, labeled an unapologetic nobleman by a Bolshevik tribunal and sentenced to house arrest in a grand hotel across the street from the Kremlin.
Although the show features plenty of historical figures, the central character, a nobleman named Uhtred son of Uhtred, is invented.
Moore played English nobleman Lord Brett Sinclair opposite Tony Curtis as rogue New Yorker Danny Wilde, and the mismatched pair solved crimes in exotic locations in the 1971 ITV-ABC series.
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First Known Use of nobleman
NOBLEMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of nobleman for English Language Learners
: a man who is a member of the nobility
NOBLEMAN Defined for Kids
Definition of nobleman for Students
: a man of high birth or rank
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