verb (used with object), en·no·bled, en·no·bling.
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On the other hand, one cannot but foresee a gradual enrichment and ennoblement of the interior of the Capitol.America To-day, Observations and Reflections|William Archer
Sir Henry Newbolt deals in an interesting way with this ennoblement of life that is the mark of great poetry.The Art of Letters|Robert Lynd
He so shares the divine impulses that he has power to subject ambition to the ennoblement of his kind.
Henceforth there will be a gradual ennoblement of one of the phases of the god's character.Hindu Gods And Heroes|Lionel D. Barnett
The pain which had filled these weeks with bitter human anguish had been the process of some mysterious ennoblement.The Romance of Zion Chapel [3d ed.]|Richard Le Gallienne