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Definition of "dignified" []

  • Having or expressing dignity. (adjective)
  • Characterized by dignity of manner or appearance; stately (adjective)

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Use "dignified" in a sentence
  • "You certainly bring new meaning to the term dignified burial."
  • "In separate remarks to the Al-Arabiya television network, Mr. Saleh said he is prepared to step down "within a few hours" if his opponents guarantee him what he calls a "dignified departure.""
  • "A spokesman for the Democrat tells CNN an announcement is expected the week of December 4th after what he calls a dignified selection process."