How To Use Dignifying In A Sentence

  • It was "dignifying" for the poor and consonant with national values, like work, self-help and opposition to welfare dependency. Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage
  • Rudd hated the idea of dignifying the Selective Service with probing questions. 1968 the Year that Rocked the World
  • A university does not bring deadly microbes to campus because it is "dignifying" or "endorsing" the microbes. Geoffrey R. Stone: Ahmadinejad and Columbia's Critics
  • I think it's a way of dressing up and dignifying the fact that, again, they thought this would be a money spinner.
  • Nonetheless, I have always had some misgivings about dignifying the count at all.
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  • The day we pin the label "rankism" on indignifying behaviors (as women pinned "sexism" on a range of disempowering behaviors), will mark the beginning of its demise. Robert Fuller: Peaceful Revolution: What Are Moms Rising Against?
  • Surely the hipster yuppies and rich old fogeys will appreciate the urban artistic expression dignifying the view from the windows of their posh homes. You Know Where to Find Me
  • Let not that amiable man, who has found the art of introducing heroism into common life, and dignifying the most trivial circumstances by the sublimity and refinedness of his sentiments, now, in the most important affair, sink below the common level. Italian Letters, Vols. I and II The History of the Count de St. Julian
  • The West understands very well the freedom of speech (which we appreciate) but it does not understand Islamic values, such as dignifying the Prophet (SAWS) and other Islamic sanctities. When was the last time denmark got this much attention?
  • Having said that, senator, do you think that as president, Barack Obama would be 'dignifying' Mahmoud Ahmadinejad by meeting him? Debate Questions for Joe Biden
  • There is a fine square here called Madison, in the centre of which trees rise from fountain-watered grass, and statued figures of people who were men in their day and did things, palatial buildings, dignifying commerce, form the square. Impressions of a War Correspondent
  • The struggle was to make it as clean as it could be while dignifying the important history of these tobacco wars, the steps that led to regulation of the tobacco industry. Deborah Stambler: Addiction Incorporated: Doing Some Good
  • the dignifying effect of his presence
  • But what could be better than a biblical ingredient for enhancing and dignifying the material?
  • Even the name of the war proved contentious; for years the government spurned the term civil war as dignifying the conflict and preferred bandit war. Bloodlust
  • Pagan or Chris - tian allegorism of myth is dismissed or degraded as wrongly dignifying myth or else ignoring history in favor of mystery. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • If the last thirty years teaches us anything, it's that the Obama Administration needs to shake off worries about dignifying conservative craziness with a response. Peter Birkenhead: I'll Quit Whining When You Start Fighting
  • Could we stop dignifying its vengeance and violence as ‘rulings’?

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