nobility (part of speech: noun)
greatness, knightliness, augustness, princeliness, regality, lordliness, grandness, kingliness, stateliness, courtliness, heroicalness, majesty, sovereignty, distinction, nobility, stature, dignity, aristocracy, imperialness
- On the whole, the brilliant marriage seemed a fairer prospect for her; how reasonable to anticipate, Lady Dunstane often thought when admiring the advance of Diana's beauty in queenliness, for never did woman carry her head more grandly, more thrillingly make her presence felt; and if only she had been an actress showing herself nightly on a London stage, she would before now have met the superb appreciation, melancholy to reflect upon! - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- Diana tempered her queenliness to address the favoured lady with smiles and phrases of gentle warmth, of goodness of nature; and it became a halo rather than a personal eclipse that she cast. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- There was a certain queenliness about this woman, a dignified aloofness, which had a curiously compelling effect upon those about her. - "Christina", L. G. Moberly.