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Things nobleness often describes (“nobleness ________”)
principle, independent, epidemic

Descriptive words:
true, great, certain, own, such, innate, real, much, human, native, perennial, greater, more, intrinsic, moral, heroic, past, very, inherent, essential, genuine, ancient, natural, highest, greatest, divine, ideal, original, architectural, equal, spiritual, simple, inborn, extraordinary, perfect, inward, royal, superior, manly, peculiar, rude, utmost, lofty, rugged, singular, pure, sudden, antique, unobtrusive, godlike, spartan, chivalrous, inner, greek, instinctive, thorough, unnoticed, rare, vague, unrivalled, mingled, quiet, inconceivable, deeper, female, roman, homeric, virtuous, redeeming, enough, fourth, consistent, heavenly, uncommon, easy, weary, superhuman, generous, supreme, utter, extreme, familiar, latent, primitive

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Book See nobleness used in context: 1 rhyme, 15 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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