- noblesse oblige,
- nobody home,
- nobody's fool,
Origin of nobly
Examples from the Web for nobly
Andrew nobly stood by her when she was filmed attempting to sell access to him by a reporter from News of the World.Fergie Remarriage Rumors Heat Up as She Says, ‘Andrew Will Always Be My Prince!’|Tom Sykes|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They do it because they nobly believe no parent, spouse, or sibling should ever experience similar suffering.Newtown Six-Month Anniversary: The Victims Deserve More|Rob Cox|June 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Mendax is derived from splendide mendax, which is from Horace and means “nobly untruthful.”Alex Gibney on His WikiLeaks Documentary: Julian Assange Got Corrupted|Marlow Stern|January 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We were told we'd nobly donated that to the scholarship fund.
For he was in no sense as nobly human of stature, as deeply aware of the life about him, as Moussorgsky.Musical Portraits|Paul Rosenfeld
We were nobly treated, however, and the whisky flowed like water, but we drank no more than was good for us.
History records how nobly Garibaldi acted, and how scurvily he was treated.Fair Italy, the Riviera and Monte Carlo|W. Cope Devereux
Margaret nobly fulfilled this trust, and tenderly watched over the children until her death.The First Governess of the Netherlands, Margaret of Austria|Eleanor E. Tremayne
There are women rich and nobly born who think that they are fortunate, and yet, poor dears!Bud|Neil Munro