dignity

  1. the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect
  2. formality in bearing and appearance
  3. high office or rank or station

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dignity

[n] - high office or rank or station 2. [n] - formality in bearing and appearance 3. [n] - the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect
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Dignity

Dig'ni·ty noun ; plural Dignities . [ Middle English dignete , dignite , Old French digneté , dignité , French dignité , from Latin dignitas , from dignus worthy. See Dainty , Deign .] 1. The state of being ...
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dignity

self-respect noun the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; `it was beneath his dignity to cheat`; `showed his true dignity when under pressure`
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dignity

noun formality in bearing and appearance; `he behaved with great dignity`
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Dignity

• (n.) Quality suited to inspire respect or reverence; loftiness and grace; impressiveness; stateliness; -- said of //en, manner, style, etc. • (n.) Fundamental principle; axiom; maxim. • (n.) Elevated rank; honorable station; high office, political or ecclesiastical; degree of excellence; preferment; exaltation. • (n.) The stat...
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Dignity

[Bob Dylan song] ==Recording== The difficulties recording the song during the Oh Mercy sessions are described by Dylan in his autobiography, Chronicles, Vol 1. It was originally recorded with Dylan accompanied by Brian Stoltz and Willie Green. Though they managed to complete a polished performance, producer Daniel Lanois suggested something...
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dignity

the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect
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Dignity

Dignity is a concept used in moral, ethical, legal, and political discussions to signify that a being has an innate right to be valued and receive ethical treatment. It is an extension of the Enlightenment-era concepts of inherent, inalienable rights. Dignity is often used in proscriptive and cautionary ways: for example in politics it is usually ...
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Dignity

The sign that a planet rules naturally is its sign of dignity. A planet is essentially dignified whe
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Dignity

A value owed to all humans, to be treated with respect.
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