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1. I didn’t even dignify him with a response.
2. I won't dignify that statement with an argument.
3. Reynolds didn’t even dignify that with an answer.
4. I wrinkle my nose at him and don’t dignify it with a response.
5. Alicia didn't dignify her totally lame statement with a response.
6. That is so obvious that I’m not even going to dignify it with a.
7. She didn’t dignify that with an answer as she forked more steak into her mouth.

8. As for the kissing the girl thing, Tammas chose not to dignify that with a remark.
9. But he didn’t wish to dignify it with a response either, especially since I was half-right.
10. Rather than dignify this with an answer, she starts walking again, away from the intersection.
11. The talk continued around the fire and not one time did Laino dignify the laughing Ebira with a look.
12. Oh, admirable consoler! He sought not to efface sorrow by forgetfulness, but to magnify and dignify it by hope.
13. I can justify or even dignify this by protesting that in my trade I must know about people, but I suspect that I am simply curious.
14. They have it in their power during their lives to busy themselves in organizing benefactions from which the masses of their fellows will derive lasting advantage, and thus dignify their own lives.
15. The latter was of logs, as were all the buildings within, including the donjon (to dignify it by that appellation), in which were the governor's quarters, overlooking the stockade and the sullen river.
16. Whatever names we dignify ourselves with, whatever uniforms we wear, whatever priests we anoint ourselves before, however many millions we possess, however many guards are stationed along our road, however many policemen guard our wealth, however many so-called criminals, revolutionists, and anarchists we punish, whatever exploits we have performed, whatever states we may have founded, fortresses and towers we may have erected—from Babel to the Eiffel Tower—there are two inevitable conditions of life, confronting all of us, which destroy its whole meaning; (1) death, which may at any moment pounce upon each of us; and (2) the transitoriness of all our works, which so soon pass away and leave no trace.
17. Spiritually he is high – he will his office dignify,.
1. She walked straight past the men on the terrace without dignifying them with a single glance.
2. What was this tender Cain? What was this ruffian religiously absorbed in the adoration of a virgin, watching over her, rearing her, guarding her, dignifying her, and enveloping her, impure as he was himself, with purity?
1. It was not a dignified moment.
2. Both headed for a dignified end.
3. It has been dignified and liberal.
4. It is a simple yet dignified service.
5. He said it had been a dignified event.
6. Finally he lapsed into dignified silence.
7. In a dignified, ceremonial way, of course.
8. Dawes ate her meal in a slow, dignified way.
9. Kolya looked at him with dignified amazement.
10. Hastings’ tone was both dignified and frank.
11. His tone of voice, precise, almost dignified.
12. It won't be quick and it won't be dignified.
13. Rob chose to let that pass in dignified silence.
14. He was a dignified man who personified integrity.
15. Then, dignified, self-conscious, slightly loony-.
16. The PK was considered a royal, dignified, sacred.
17. He tolerated their antics with dignified patience.
18. Something of monastic rigidity dignified her face.
19. He looked preoccupied and most unusually dignified.
20. Lyil always spoke in a reserved and dignified manner.
21. The men were silent, dignified, grave and important.
22. The groom was dignified, the bride-to-be resplendent.
23. We ask you fairly and squarely in a dignified manner.
24. Sen’s expression is that of dignified tranquillity.
25. He was going to be tall and dignified like his mother.
26. This isn't my most dignified moment that’s for sure.
27. His was a dignified manhood; he was good, but natural.
28. I guess he thought it was the only dignified thing to do.
29. He’d had the wit to maintain a dignified and stony silence.
30. Miss Minchin entered the room with a sternly dignified manner.
31. She continued drawing the lace with slow, dignified movements.
32. Casaubon, meeting these timely questions with dignified patience.
33. It was going to be great wiping that dignified look off his face.
34. He entered with a tolerably dignified step, and some little haste.
35. Jim Corbett is full of admiration for the majestic, dignified and.
36. Marya heard me in dignified silence, without misplaced affectation.
37. Daddy, dignified in his summer-weight wool, pecked her on the cheek.
38. The heart of racing in America, with it’s dignified trees and lush.
39. Then he had kissed his father, with a dignified affectionate embrace.
40. The answer to this when it did come was an extraordinarily dignified No.
41. In the Solomon tradition, the ceremony was a dignified and simple affair.
42. Toward him Boris behaved with a particularly dignified and sad deference.
43. He was an elderly, dignified man, who worked part of his time as a tailor.
44. Toward him Borís behaved with a particularly dignified and sad deference.
45. I guessed that royalty didn't scream and shout because it wasn't dignified.
46. This great hall should be more than just a dignified edifice of assembly.
47. I met Hiacoomes’ stalwart ancestors, all tall, dignified, elegant people.
48. They point to Charleston as the dignified ideal of all that is old and best.
49. Olenin was struck by the dignified and stem expression of the brave's face.
50. Joseph’s was a dignified stone edifice enclosed by a neat fieldstone fence.
51. You really aren't a dignified lady, you're a low life just like your mother.
52. But it had at least been the beginning of a real life, a more dignified life.
53. The one is the mutilated figure of a dignified churchman—probably an abbot.
54. She turned her head as there was a light, dignified knocking at the front door.
55. But you’ll see how she has arranged her life—how calm, how dignified she is.
56. He knew Mammy had never liked his conduct toward him had been dignified but cold.
57. Doesn’t that wizard in the black latex leotard look dignified, replied his.
58. Assuming a dignified air, she turned round to Debray, without answering her husband.
59. The most dignified temples of chance are designed to shelter pleasure and frivolity.
60. I had come to warn you of your impending future the way any dignified brother should.
61. Our countrymen are much less dignified when they attempt to express moral disapproval.
62. The words which characterize it in administrative language are sonorous and dignified.
63. She recognized the dignified invitation and knelt down so she could look into his face.
64. Emil kisses the hand of Lady Morgan—presents his respects and dignified compliments.
65. SATURDAY: You are serious-minded and reserved, and possess a dignified mien and bearing.
66. Lyil swept her red hair off her shoulders with a dignified, graceful motion of her hands.
67. There he adopted a stereotyped dignified posture and prepared to depart with his charge.
68. Her attitude was modest but dignified, and she was always extremely truthful and sincere.
69. Being dignified, cried Archie, hotly, hasn’t anything to do with being in love.
70. The princess went up to the door, passed by it with a dignified and indifferent air, and.
71. He remembered how he had been dignified and beautiful and then all hell had broken loose.
72. Zachlebnikoff himself was a most eminently dignified and solid gentleman to look at.
73. Vasya trotted along with shorter steps, though his deportment was none the less dignified.
74. She said, When kings enter a city, they devastate it, and subjugate its dignified people.
75. I had to wonder what the very dignified Cuauhtzin would think of this little green bundle.
76. He replied in kind and I decided to beat a dignified retreat before things got out of hand.
77. The courthouse was a soaring, dignified edifice to Harvey Schwartz/The Reluctant Terrorist.
78. When he was a child, this ancient tree, stood, dignified, over hundreds of acres of farmland.
79. Yazadril had given a shallow, dignified bow at his introduction, and the ladies gave a curtsy.
80. Owens slid to a halt at the transporter room, and then entered slowly, trying to look dignified.
81. He’d intended to sound dignified, but his words came out as a mere whisper, unadorned by pride.
82. They wore expressions of dignified solemnity, and all arose to their feet as he approached them.
83. Therefore, Elpidias, let us in dignified manner go to meet the dawn that lies beyond those clouds.
84. But the Scarecrow told her about everything, and turning to the dignified little Mouse, he said:.
85. By all standards she is a dignified woman and an epitome of moral touch light to the female gender.
86. They sought to embroil him in debate, but his answers were always enlightening, dignified, and final.
87. Externally, Grigory was cold, dignified and taciturn, and spoke, weighing his words, without frivolity.
88. At dessert, the senator, who was slightly exhilarated, though still perfectly dignified, exclaimed:—.
89. Politely, but in dignified terms, as befitted his errand, he briefly explained the motive for his visit.
90. By the gods, he will never grow used to this method of travel, which remains neither elegant nor dignified.
91. The Pole on the sofa struck him by his dignified demeanor and his Polish accent; and, above all, by his pipe.
92. It sounded very dignified and compressed to ears accustomed to Luther's lengthy rendering of the same thing.
93. His walk was effective, and he clearly did his best to appear dignified, and to impress people by his manner.
94. Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and good advice, and debate with them in the most dignified manner.
95. They walked towards the church, where other police officers and various, dignified and suited, middle-aged men.
96. I hesitate to even think of that voice of his raised in song and he has always been much too dignified to play.
97. Anyway, while Cuauhtzin could leave one’s ears ringing on occasion, he was generally very quiet and dignified.
98. Erskine; and it would have been more dignified on the part of the British Government to have told us so at once.
99. They collected themselves sufficiently to pull up short of the wood and make a more dignified approach to the bank.
100. He looked as dignified as a man could, when he’d just been bested by someone who spent his days chopping lettuce.

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