verb (used with object), en·no·bled, en·no·bling.
Origin of ennoble
Examples from the Web for ennoblement
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
Originally by name Holm, he took, after his ennoblement in 1781, the title of Holmskjold.Chats on Royal Copenhagen Porcelain|Arthur Hayden
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
To be cut out by a prince has always been a kind of ennoblement in itself.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
He so shares the divine impulses that he has power to subject ambition to the ennoblement of his kind.