prestigeful


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prestigeful

(prɛˈstiːʒfʊl)
adj
another word for prestigious1
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(30) Interestingly, Amyot in his 1969-70 study also noted that the 'life of the farmer is not seen as prestigeful [sic]'.
Peter Blake, a prestigeful figure in the circle, also relies more on the charm of his personality than on the production of substantial works.
Here, preliminary readers and the editors nodded, and we get, "prestigeful," (p.