- Antonyms of NOBLE
dishonest, venal, squalid, wicked, common, commonplace, illegitimate, dissolute, debased, blamable, debauched, mediocre, reprehensible, ugly, wretched, meanspirited, vicious, decadent, knavish, uncelebrated, unprepossessing, shameful, degenerate, small-minded, disreputable, despicable, little, run-of-the-mill, villainous, noblewoman, dissipated, unimpressive, ungentle, abominable, criminal, awful, nefarious, unethical, rascally, ignoble, hateful, blackguardly, unrighteous, perverted, average, currish, reactive, dirty, lousy, subordinate, second class, meretricious, libertine, evil, baseborn, roguish, unjust, rotten, loose, sorry, crude, sordid, plain, second-rate, unworthy, depraved, immoral, obscure, paltry, trivial, Abased, dishonorable, humble, censurable, profligate, undignified, scoundrelly, modest, degraded, blameworthy, unheroic, substandard, mean, insignificant, low-grade, dastardly, ordinary, perverse, narrow, crooked, unimportant, bad, poor, puny, degrading, inferior, lady, atrocious, lowborn, unwashed, petty, vulgar, disgraceful, demoralized, abject, discreditable, reprobate, culpable, low, peeress, sinful, unprincipled, measly, offensive, middling, base, humiliating, contemptible, trifling, untitled, beggarly, unimposing, unfair, junior, terrible, minor, iniquitous, pathetic, lowly, unsatisfactory, unscrupulous, lower class, shabby, detestable, unsung, vile, execrable, ignominious, plebeian, corrupt, repulsive, coarse.
- Examples of usage:
- The noble lord came to dinner, and I treated him in a manner to make him wish to come again. - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons" by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
- What else to do, when he made it so noble and beautiful and right. - "Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness" by Robert S. Carroll
- One or two honest hearts protested that he was a noble fellow, and it was a pity he had determined to be the last of the Luxmores. - "John Halifax, Gentleman" by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik