Another word for noble
Possessing an exalted mind and character
generous, princely, magnanimous, magnificent, courtly, lofty, elevated, splendid, excellent, august, reputable, supreme, eminent, preeminent, lordly, dignified, sublime, great, good, superior, chivalric, chivalrous, great-hearted, high-minded, honorable, distinguished, liberal, tolerant, gracious, benign, beneficient, humane, benevolent, charitable, sympathetic, bounteous, brilliant, extraordinary, remarkable, self-denying, devoted, self-forgetful, heroic, resolute, lionhearted, mettlesome, valorous; see also worthy.
Possessing excellent qualities or properties
meritorious, virtuous, worthy, valuable, useful, incorrupt, first-rate, refined, cultivated, chivalrous, trustworthy, candid, liberal, gracious, princely, munificent, magnanimous, generous, distinctive, sincere, truthful, constant, faithful, upright, honest, honorable, warmhearted, true, veracious, distinctive, reputable, respectable, admirable, good, above-board, fair, manly, just, estimable; see also excellent, perfect 2.
Belonging to the nobility
royal, titled, aristocratic, patrician, highborn, wellborn, blue-blooded, of high rank, of good family, highborn, gentle, of gentle birth, of gentle blood, imperial, lordly, highbred, princely, of good breed, kingly, to the manner born, born to the purple*; see also royal 2.
Another word for nobleadjective
Of high birth or social position:aristocratic, blue-blooded, elite, highborn, highbred, patrician, thoroughbred, upper-class, wellborn. (Informal) upper-crust. See over
Being on a high intellectual or moral level:elevated, high-minded, moral. See high
Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent:august, baronial, grand, grandiose, imposing, lordly, magnific, magnificent, majestic, princely, regal, royal, splendid, stately, sublime, superb. See big, good