A quality or state worthy of esteem and respect. (noun)
Decorum, formality, stateliness. (noun)
High office, rank, or station. (noun)
Examples of word dignity
They will soon realize that the best way to regain dignity is to call us what we are â€” an army of occupation â€” and force our withdrawal.
I use the word dignity in a tongue-in-cheek way, because I realized I hadn't come far in the past 31 years when it comes to letting go of summer without wrapping my body around it and holding on for dear life.
"She has brought the word dignity to new heights by her courage," Pelosi said.
I don't need that soul if the dignity is already gone, eh?
He quickly gave the order to admit them, and so keen was his curiosity, despite what he called his dignity, that he got up and went forward to meet them.