◄ Dignity ►

1. (n.) The state of being worthy or honorable; elevation of mind or character; true worth; excellence.

2. (n.) Elevation; grandeur.

3. (n.) Elevated rank; honorable station; high office, political or ecclesiastical; degree of excellence; preferment; exaltation.

4. (n.) Quality suited to inspire respect or reverence; loftiness and grace; impressiveness; stateliness; -- said of //en, manner, style, etc.

5. (n.) One holding high rank; a dignitary.

6. (n.) Fundamental principle; axiom; maxim.

Atticism Establishment VIP address appropriateness augustness baron big gun big man big name bigwig brass brass hat buckram cachet celebrity ceremonial ceremoniousness ceremony chasteness chastity clarity classicalism classicism clearness comeliness consequence correctness courtliness decency dignifiedness dignitary directness discrimination distinction ease elder elegance elegancy elevation eminence esteem ethicalness ethics etiquette excellence extrinsicality face fame father felicitousness felicity figure finish fittingness flow flowing periods fluency form formality formalization glory good taste grace gracefulness gracility grandeur grandness gravity great man greatness hauteur high place honor honorableness impersonality importance important person interests kingliness kudos level limpidity lion loftiness lordliness lords of creation lucidity magnate magnificence majesty man of mark memorability merit mogul morality nabob name naturalness neatness nobility nobleness notability notable noteworthiness panjandrum pellucidity perfection person of renown personage personality perspicuity pillar of society plainness poise polish pomp pomposity position power power elite prestige pride pride of bearing pride of place primness princeliness prominence propriety proud bearing purity rank refinement regality remarkableness renown reputation repute respectability restraint rigidness ritual rituality ruling circle sachem salience sedateness seemliness self-confidence self-esteem self-importance self-regard self-respect simplicity smoothness sobriety solemnity somebody something standing starchiness state stateliness station stature status stiffness stiltedness straightforwardness stylization sublimity taste tastefulness terseness the great the top top brass top people tycoon unaffectedness venerability very important person virtue weight worth worthiness worthy


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