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affront an injury to one's dignity. [1/4 definitions]
august of great majesty or dignity; venerable.
barony a baron's or baroness's rank, title, status, or dignity. [1/2 definitions]
cardinalate that which pertains to a Catholic cardinal, such as his rank, term of office, or dignity. [1/2 definitions]
decorum properness of behavior, manner, appearance, or the like; dignity; propriety.
deign to consider some act to be appropriate or in keeping with one's dignity; condescend. [1/2 definitions]
demean1 to lower in esteem, stature, or dignity; degrade.
diadem the authority or dignity of royalty. [1/3 definitions]
dignified characterized by dignity of manner or expression; stately.
elegant having especial refinement, taste, or dignity. [1/3 definitions]
exalt to raise in rank, power, dignity, or the like; elevate. [1/2 definitions]
face one's prestige or dignity. [1/11 definitions]
face-saving serving or intended to preserve one's honor, dignity, prestige, or good reputation.
freehold possession for life of some office or dignity. [1/2 definitions]
high of great dignity, importance, or seriousness. [1/14 definitions]
high-toned having a falsely assumed elegance or dignity. [1/2 definitions]
humanism a doctrine or mode of thought that gives highest importance to human dignity, values, potentials, and achievements. [1/2 definitions]
humanist one who has special concern for the welfare and dignity of humans. [1/3 definitions]
human rights rights regarded as inherently belonging to all human beings, such as the rights to life, freedom, and dignity, and that supersede the rights of nations and governments.
indignity something that offends or injures one's dignity; humiliation or insult.
infra dig (informal) beneath one's dignity.