Synonyms of noble in English:

noble


See definition of noble

adjective

1‘she came from a noble family’

SYNONYMS
aristocratic, noble-born, of noble birth, titled, patrician, blue-blooded, high-born, well born
archaic gentle, of gentle birth
ANTONYMS

humble

2‘they were fighting for a noble cause’

SYNONYMS
righteous, virtuous, good, honourable, honest, upright, upstanding, decent, worthy, noble-minded, uncorrupted, anti-corruption, moral, ethical, reputable, magnanimous, unselfish, generous, self-sacrificing, brave
ANTONYMS

dishonourable

3‘noble thoughts’

SYNONYMS
lofty, exalted, elevated, grand, sublime, imposing
ANTONYMS

ignoble, base

4‘there is nothing more noble than a mature pine forest’

SYNONYMS
magnificent, splendid, grand, stately, imposing, dignified, distinguished, proud, striking, impressive, majestic, glorious, marvellous, awe-inspiring, awesome, monumental, palatial, statuesque, heroic
regal, royal, kingly, queenly, princely, imperial
ANTONYMS

unimpressive

5‘this noble grape variety lends weight and body to the wine’

SYNONYMS
excellent, splendid, marvellous, magnificent, superb, fine, wonderful, exceptional, formidable, sublime, prime, first-class, first-rate, high-grade, grade A, superior, supreme, flawless, choice, select, finest, superlative, model
informal tip-top, A1, top-notch
ANTONYMS

poor


noun

1‘seven Scottish nobles were killed in that battle’

SYNONYMS
aristocrat, nobleman, noblewoman, lord, lady, peer, peeress, peer of the realm, patrician, titled man, titled person, titled woman
informal aristo
British informal nob, rah