Imposing and Noble

Imposing

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Imposing adjective – Having or showing a formal and serious or reserved manner.
Usage example: the president of the bank is exactly the sort of imposing figure that one might expect

Noble is a synonym for imposing in characterisitc topic. In some cases you can use "Noble" instead an adjective "Imposing", when it comes to topics like big, impressive, admirable, elevated. popular alternative
Nearby Words: impose, imposition, imposed, imposingly
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Noble

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Noble adjective – Large and impressive in size, grandeur, extent, or conception.
Usage example: Peter the Great's plan to build for Russia a capital city as noble as any in Europe

Imposing is a synonym for noble in dignified topic. You can use "Imposing" instead an adjective "Noble", if it concerns topics such as characterisitc, lofty, magnificent, big. popular alternative
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
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Things that words describes

friend imposing friend noble friend
attitude imposing attitude noble attitude
character imposing character noble character
man imposing man noble man
Other nouns: guy, woman, title, version, father, warrior, women, tendencies, titles.
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