Related to Nobless: noblesse oblige


n.1.Dignity; greatness; noble birth or condition.
2.The nobility; persons of noble rank collectively, including males and females.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The handsome folio, dedicated to Edward IV, brought together Tip-toft's translation of Cicero's De Amicitia, the Declamation of Nobless, and an anonymous translation of Cicero's De Senectute, made for Sir John Fastolf (1380-1459), which a casual reader might have similarly attributed to John Tiptoft, as John Leland did.
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In the earliest days, the literature faculty, nobless oblige, was charged with the teaching of writing.