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Definition of "nobel" []

  • Alfred Bernhard (ˈalfreːd ˈbæːrnhard). 1833–96, Swedish chemist and philanthropist, noted for his invention of dynamite (1866) and his bequest founding the Nobel prizes (noun)
  • Common misspelling of noble. (adjective)

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Use "nobel" in a sentence
  • "Some digging reveals a local wastrel nobel is involved, up to ears in debt, but he ends up with a few problems with the God In the Bowl, of the mortal kind."
  • "I know young lady changing bed pans at a nursing home who reads all the Latin American nobel prizewinning authors I wish I read."
  • "There is elegant meaning to be found here: Allenby unites something associated with idealistic hope placed in the best of humanity, the Nobel Prize (I think we should accept the pun on 'noble' at this point, and Wiktionary says that 'nobel' is Swedish for 'noble'), with berserk, artificially-induced battle-frenzy."