Grand and Noble


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Grand adjective – Large and impressive in size, grandeur, extent, or conception.
Usage example: the grand ceremonies that typically mark the opening of the Olympic Games

Noble is a synonym for grand in impressive topic. In some cases you can use "Noble" instead the word "Grand" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like aristocratic, property, high, brilliant. popular alternative
Nearby Words: grandly, grandee, gran
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Noble adjective – Of high birth, rank, or station.
Usage example: despite his noble background, the prince is known for his unpretentious way with common people

Grand is a synonym for noble in property topic. You can use "Grand" instead the word "Noble" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as high, lofty, magnificent, brilliant. popular alternative
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
Synonyms for Noble

How words are described

imperial imperial grand imperial noble

Things that words describes

purpose grand purpose noble purpose
man grand man noble man
lady grand lady noble lady
children grand children noble children
Other nouns: house, way, example, title, prince, goal.

Both words in one sentence

  • It is thanks to them that Earth managed to get back on its feet but whatever grand or noble ideals they had have long since eroded.
  • To maintain their cover, however, she has to help Hawke hunt down that wyvern, all while dodging sabotage from other noble hunters who want to take the grand prize.
  • A grand hunt is when the wealthy and/or noble decide to go hunting.
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