Dignation

Dig`na´tion


n.1.The act of thinking worthy; honor.
References in classic literature ?
He was evidently anxious that I should, for though he seemed to have forgotten nine-tenths of his last night's opinions and the whole of his in dignation, yet he evidently feared to be sent to the right-about.
Around 400 people are expected at the DigNation festival, which will feature a line up of speakers including what will be a reunion of the Time Team experts.
Around 400 people are expected at the DigNation festival, which will feature a lineup of speakers including what will be a reunion of the Time Team experts.
Around 400 people are expected at the DigNation festival, which will feature a line- up of speakers including what will be a reunion of the Time Team experts.
Nothing comparable with anything my son does when he doesn't get his own way, but inren dignation all the same.
dignation by Philip Roth (Jonathan Cape, pounds 16.99).
The DigNation event on Holy Island is the idea of Time Team's Sir Tony Robinson to celebrate the life and achievements of his friend and programme colleague the late Prof Mick Aston.
Lisa Westcott Wilkins, managing director of DigVentures, said: "DigVenture's platform allows audiences from around the world to be part of the action at DigNation in ways that wouldn't have been possible even a few years ago and Mick would have loved that.
Lisa Westcott Wilkins, managing director of DigVentures, said: "Dig-Venture's platform allows audiences from around the world to be part of the action at DigNation in ways that wouldn't have been possible even a few years ago and Mick would have loved that.