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adjective. ['ˈdɪgnəˌfaɪd'] having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance.
Rhymes with Dignified
How do you pronounce dignified?
Pronounce dignified as ˈdɪgnəˌfaɪd.
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Sentences with dignified
That's not exactly the dignified way to say thank-you for such a personal expression of friendship and love.
2. Verb, past participle
Using these hues makes the wearer appear mature, but in a way that is dignified, not old.
Quotes about dignified
1. I would always rather be happy than dignified.
- Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre
2. I remember growing up, saying you’re an artist it sounds pretentious but now it’s one of the only dignified things that you can call yourself.
- Marilyn Manson
3. It's always been this way. There were rumors about me even before I was born. It's why my mother never calls me Sobachka. She says it makes me sound like a mongrel."My heart gave a little pang at that. I'd been called plenty of names growing up."I like mongrels,"I said. "They have cute floppy ears.""My ears are very dignified.
- Leigh Bardugo, Siege and Storm
adjective. ['ˈdɪgnəˌfaɪd'] having or showing self-esteem.