dignity

[ dig-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dignity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIGNITY

Pericles has borne all his misfortunes with the dignity of an immortal.

Youth is prone to endow its opinions with all the dignity of certain knowledge.

Were I to be queen of the universe, that dignity should not absolve me from my duty to you and to my father.

The woman was not at all of a bad sort, only her dignity was hurt.

The whole rough appearance of the man was elevated into dignity.

But such action on his part offended the greatness of the law's dignity.

She went a little pale over her mistakes, but preserved her dignity and her wits.

Some of the dignity of his retreat was lost by the fact that the cat followed him, close at his heels.

The loose, flowing robe of her daily wear is of classic grace and dignity.

"Please let me go, Mr. Yates," said Kitty, with an effort at dignity.

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