Base and Noble


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Base adjective – Not following or in accordance with standards of honor and decency.
Usage example: a base and sneaky act that is a clear violation of international law

Noble is an antonym for base in topics: inferior, dishonourable.
Nearby Words: basic, basal, based, baseline, baseball
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Noble adjective – Having, characterized by, or arising from a dignified and generous nature.
Usage example: our country was founded on the noble ideas that are put forth in the Founding Fathers' writings

Base is an antonym for noble in aristocratic topic.
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
Antonyms for Noble
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How words are described

human human base human noble
old old base old noble
high high base high noble
full full base full noble
Other adjectives: certain, single, real, important, ancient, major, former, highest, next, local.

Things that words describes

desire base desire noble desire
woman base woman noble woman
people base people noble people
race base race noble race
Other nouns: personality, traits, creatures.

Both words in one sentence

  • Fantastic Drug With thionite, the user experiences the illusion of the gratification of their every desire, however noble or base.
  • Earth becomes one in "Turn Left", where Donna Noble never meets the Doctor and he drowns when the base beneath the Thames is flooded.
  • Tabletop Game / Changeling: The Dreaming To explain: Most changelings have a Seelie (noble) nature and an Unseelie (base) nature.
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