Carney had always spun well for the president, yet nothing could put a dignified spin on their mishandled manhug.
Even M. Night Shyamalan would be surprised: They were dignified all along?!
In the morning grave, dignified and sweet, at noon laughing, capricious, at evening whatever one least expected.
Their disciplined, dignified, graceful nature honors the good fight.
In our hearts we are just human beings who want to live a dignified life.
Accordingly, that dignified individual took an opportunity of remarking to the king that he considered the English arrant cowards.
But to the uneducated eye of Andrew Lanning it was a great and dignified building.
But suddenly she stopped, in the very height of her merriment, and assumed her most dignified air.
Children never played any more under their dignified shadows.
Very young—but austere, dignified, and strange, genuinely and effortlessly strange.
past participle adjective from dignify; 1660s in sense "ranking as a dignitary;" 1812 in sense "having a dignified manner."