Noble and Venerable


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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

Venerable is a synonym for noble. In some cases you can use "Venerable" instead an adjective "Noble".
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
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Venerable adjective – Deserving honor and respect especially by reason of age.
Usage example: the venerable old man was a cherished source of advice and wisdom for the villagers

Noble is a synonym for venerable in respected topic. Sometimes you can use "Noble" instead an adjective "Venerable".
Nearby Words: venerate, veneration, venerated, venerating, venerably
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Things that words describes

man noble man venerable man
family noble family venerable family
house noble house venerable house
characters noble characters venerable characters
Other nouns: title, king, soldier.

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