nobility (part of speech: noun)
greatness, lordliness, augustness, queenliness, regality, majesty, grandness, knightliness, stateliness, courtliness, heroicalness, nobility, sovereignty, distinction, princeliness, stature, dignity, aristocracy, imperialness
- " And year by year," said Harding, " I watched to see whether the direst want could bring you to humbleness, and saw you only grow in nobleness; and year by year I lay in wait for my four- footed quarry each Midsummer Eve beside the Wishing- Pool, and saw it grow in kingliness. - "Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard", Eleanor Farjeon.
- And yet when Richard's inward weakness appears to seek refuge in his despair, and his exhaustion counterfeits repose, the old habit of kingliness, the effect of flatterers from his infancy, is ever and anon producing in him a sort of wordy courage which only serves to betray more clearly his internal impotence. - "Literary Remains, Vol. 2", Coleridge.
- He was a large man, dignified and commanding in appearance; the countenance, physique, intellect, and spirit denoting true kingliness and strength. - "Sketches of the Covenanters", J. C. McFeeters.