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- n. Alternative form of noblesse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Dignity; greatness; noble birth or condition.
- n. The nobility; persons of noble rank collectively, including males and females.
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In other words, the ticket prices are subsidized by the nobless oblige of the wealthy, a large number of whom consider it their obligation to support the arts.
In 1337, a tournament in Rennes gathered together all the nobless of the country.
But perhaps the sense of triangulation, nobless oblige, and even cockiness has turned on him.
There might a been seen great nobless of fair harness and rich armoury of banners and penons; for there was all the flower of France, there was none durst abide at home without he would be shamed for ever.
There might a been seen great nobless of fair harness and rich armoury of banners and pennons; for there was all the flower of France, there was none durst abide at home without he would be shamed for ever.
Whoops, my bad, I forgot to thank him for his dedication and extraordinary rendition of "nobless obige" ...
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