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dig·ni·fied

 (dĭg′nə-fīd′)
adj.
Having or expressing dignity.

dig′ni·fied′ly (-fīd′lē, -fī′ĭd-lē) adv.
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dignified

(ˈdɪɡnɪˌfaɪd)
adj
characterized by dignity of manner or appearance; stately
ˈdigniˌfiedly adv
ˈdigniˌfiedness n
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dig•ni•fied

(ˈdɪg nəˌfaɪd)

adj.
characterized by dignity of aspect or manner; stately; decorous.
[1660–70]
dig′ni•fied`ly (-ˌfaɪd li, -ˌfaɪ ɪd-) adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dignified - having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance; "her dignified demeanor"; "the director of the school was a dignified white-haired gentleman"
composed - serenely self-possessed and free from agitation especially in times of stress; "the performer seemed completely composed as she stepped onto the stage"; "I felt calm and more composed than I had in a long time"
elegant - refined and tasteful in appearance or behavior or style; "elegant handwriting"; "an elegant dark suit"; "she was elegant to her fingertips"; "small churches with elegant white spires"; "an elegant mathematical solution--simple and precise and lucid"
undignified - lacking dignity
2.dignified - having or showing self-esteem
proud - feeling self-respect or pleasure in something by which you measure your self-worth; or being a reason for pride; "proud parents"; "proud of his accomplishments"; "a proud moment"; "proud to serve his country"; "a proud name"; "proud princes"
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dignified

adjective distinguished, august, reserved, imposing, formal, grave, noble, upright, stately, solemn, lofty, exalted, decorous He conducted the interview in a dignified and professional manner.
vulgar, crass, unseemly, undignified, unbecoming, inelegant
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Translations
مُبَجَّل، وَقور، مُحْتَرَم
důstojný
værdigstatelig
virîulegur
cienīgs
dostojanstven

dignified

[ˈdɪgnɪfaɪd] ADJ [person] → de aspecto solemne, de aspecto digno; [manner, air] → solemne, digno; [bearing] → solemne, majestuoso; [silence] → decoroso
it's not dignified to do thatno es elegante hacer eso
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dignified

[ˈdɪgnɪfaɪd] adj (= calm) [person] → digne; [silence] → digne
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dignified

adj person(ehr)würdig; behaviour, manner, facewürdevoll; he maintained a dignified silenceer schwieg würdevoll; she made a dignified exitsie machte einen würdevollen Abgang
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dignified

[ˈdɪgnɪˌfaɪd] adjdignitoso/a, pieno/a di dignità
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dignified

(ˈdignifaid) adjective
(negative undignified) stately, serious or showing dignity. She decided that it would not be dignified to run for the bus.
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