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  • v  confer dignity or honor upon
  • v  raise the status of
  • s  investing with dignity or honor
    the dignifying effect of his presence

  • It's not just because the West Indian Nobel laureate has the classic gift of mixing ease with eloquence and of deepening, dignifying his most private moments with the high and .
  • Unlike the Wyoming statesmen, however, the others were not dignifying their admiration for President Coolidge by formal petitions to him.
  • But this dignifying of Protestantism cannot be a mere imitation.

  • Scott McClellan in New York Times
    Scott McClellan, the White House spokesman, told The Associated Press via an e-mail message, "We are not interested in dignifying something so outlandish and inconceivable with a response."
  • Ronald S Lauder in MarketWatch
    Lauder added: "These groups, who claim to hold up values such as peace and mutual understanding, make a mockery of themselves by shamelessly providing a cruel dictator and racist with a platform for his invective. There is no purpose in dignifying...
  • Charlie Weis in USA Today
    If I answered by dignifying that, (Bill) Parcells and (Bill) Belichick would humiliate me,Weis said about his coaching mentors when asked about his connection to Rockne. "I've just coached two games and they've played two games. Let's come...

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