verb (used with object), en·no·bled, en·no·bling.
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Buddhism failed to ennoble the daily occupations of life, and produced drones and idlers and religious vagabonds.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
You will have cares,—and even those will ennoble the world to you, and you to the world.An Old Man's Love|Anthony Trollope
This hero of her romance, this artist whom she was to ennoble by her love, was not even an honest man.Marion Arleigh's Penance|Charlotte M. Braeme
I want to recover faith in my mission, in my power to ennoble human souls.
He believes that the Novel should strengthen life, not undermine it; ennoble, not defile it; for it is good tidings, not evil.Essays on Modern Novelists|William Lyon Phelps