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Definition of "noble-minded" []

  • Having a noble mind; of high moral or intellectual character; honorable; magnanimous. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "noble-minded" in a sentence
  • "Down the dark forests of inmost Africa sailed this modern Sir Galahad, in the name of “the noble-minded men of several nations,” to introduce commerce and civilization."
  • "It was too noble-minded, too spiritualistic to eliminate the crudity of practical need in any other way than by elevation to the skies."
  • "The key is artful design so that we get people to make green shifts by working with their existing psychology rather than the noble-minded ideals we believe should drive them."