Job growth will not be addressed by removing a ban that protects the welfare and dignity of a population of people.
“We are trucked in there just to give some dignity to the occasion,” Scalia said.
The imaginative Raami turns within, summoning the parables, poems, dignity, humility, and wisdom of her father.
We are here to express confidence that the people of Israel still live – and will ever live – in freedom, dignity, and democracy.
As he fires off email after email, he pleads the case for the dignity of his story to himself as much as to Adam.
Gone now was the consciousness of strength, the dignity of the patrician!
Pericles has borne all his misfortunes with the dignity of an immortal.
"I'm going to school," replied Peter with a great deal of dignity.
Were I to be queen of the universe, that dignity should not absolve me from my duty to you and to my father.
They are not of the dignity of Somerset House, but they will serve.
early 13c., from Old French dignite "dignity, privilege, honor," from Latin dignitatem (nominative dignitas) "worthiness," from dignus "worth (n.), worthy, proper, fitting" from PIE *dek-no-, from root *dek- "to take, accept" (see decent).