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Definition of "non-noble" [non-noble]

  • Not noble; not of the nobility.
  • A person not of noble birth; a citizen or peasant. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "non-noble" in a sentence
  • "Flipping the tables entirely is the non-noble or unsympathetic hero."
  • "Verdi also turns up in the final 45-minute ball scene, in the famous form of a then-unpublished salon waltz to which the Prince dances with Angelica, his nephew's non-noble wife, a reluctant legitimization of the ascendancy of capitalist wealth over hereditary privilege."
  • "The code word for "takes place in a city and features non-noble characters and everyday concerns" seems to be "low fantasy.""