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ennobling in a sentence

1. The Rooseveltian approach incorporated a near-mystical faith of the ennobling nature of war.

2. During the Renaissance, kings and magnates sought ennobling connections with the classical past.

3. Paris said amour courtois was an idolization and ennobling discipline.

4. that warm ennobling view had long since passed away.

5. The durability of Origins of the New South is not a result of its ennobling and uplifting message.

6. thus a shudō relationship was considered to have a "mutually ennobling effect".

7. The Roosevelt in approach incorporated a near-mystical faith of the ennobling nature of war.

8. A New York Times obituary described him as an "extraordinary actor ennobling the ordinary".

9. The durability of Origins of the New South is not a result of its ennobling and uplifting message.

10. The durability of Origins of the New South is not a result of its ennobling and uplifting message.

11. The prefix Gyllen ("Golden") was the one most used when ennobling someone since the 16th century.

12. The ennobling influence of his Attic models mark his speeches and especially his funerary orations;

13. No books, no men, have had a more ennobling influence upon me as a poet than Jenny Lind".

14. Propagandists immediately set about ennobling such deaths.

15. The Rooseveltian approach had a near-mystical faith of the ennobling nature of war.

16. There was an ennobling tradition of the dignity of scholarship.

17. He viewed the life of arms to be ennobling in itself and, indeed, in some way, a route to salvation.

18. convening the Estates General, raising taxes, coining money, and ennobling.

19. Priests were required to be married, because of the ennobling influence of womanhood.

20. The Rooseveltian approach had a near-mystical faith in the ennobling nature of war.

21. Eller sets out to refute what she describes as feminist matriarchalism as an "ennobling lie".

22. It may lead a person astray or, if properly controlled, directed and integrated, ennobling one.

23. Inka philosophy has the mission of ennobling life.

24. The Rooseveltian approach had a near-mystical faith in the ennobling nature of war.

25. This was reinforced by ennobling Leon Bear as having the best interests of the tribe at heart.

26. of unscripted programming has had the unexpected effect of ennobling its scripted counterpart.

27. So much talent; so many men of genius; such ennobling idealism.

28. The dignifying effect of his presence; the ennobling influence of cultural surroundings.

29. But there is also something ennobling about the enterprise when it is done properly.

30. In some ways it was an ennobling influence.