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Correct spelling for DIGNIFYED
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Possible correct spellings for dignifyed
- Dignify(Definition of dignify)
- Dignifying(Definition of dignifying)
- Dignified(Definition of dignified)
- Magnified(Definition of magnified)
- Signified(Definition of signified)
- Dignity(Definition of dignity)
From sarah, comforting herself behind her widow's weeds with the doctrine of original sin, to archie, eager to give his sweetheart a drive, one and all had been moved by a genuine impulse to dignify as far as lay in their power the ceremonial of decay.
The city permits this house to belong to private parties, instead of gracing and dignifying herself with the honor of possessing and protecting it.
I wish that my writings had the good fortune to please everyone; but all i can do, however, is to do my best, which has been done in this case, just as much as if i had been writing for any more dignified periodical.
Nothing came to break a silence so intense that at last our ears, craving for sound, magnified the soft flitter of the bats into a noise as of eagle's wings, till at last we spoke in whispers, because the full voice of man seemed to affront the solemn quietude, seemed intolerable to our nerves.
Durade choked back his rage and signified with a motion of his hand that play should be resumed.
The hidalgo could only finger nervously the imperial crown in his grand uniform, and with stiff dignity take his leave.
No single luminous thought lights up its dreary record, no single whole-souled effort to appropriate the larger truths of our time dignifies its annals.