distinguished definition

  • adjective:
    • described as excellence or difference; eminent.
    • Dignified in conduct or look.
    • celebrated, well-known or eminent due to last accomplishments; prestigious
    • Having a dignified appearance or demeanor
    • Specified, noted.
    • Marked; unique.
    • Separated from other individuals by distinct huge difference; having, or indicating, superiority; eminent or known; illustrious; -- put on persons and deeds.
    • made use of of a person's look or behavior; befitting an eminent person
    • (used of people) standing above other people in personality or attainment or reputation
    • Characterized by quality or difference; eminent.
    • Dignified in conduct or appearance.
    • celebrated, well-known or eminent as a result of past achievements; prestigious
    • Having a dignified look or demeanor
    • Specified, noted.
    • Marked; unique.
    • Separated from other individuals by distinct difference; having, or showing, superiority; eminent or understood; illustrious; -- put on individuals and deeds.
    • made use of of a person's look or behavior; befitting an eminent person
    • (used of persons) standing above others in personality or attainment or reputation
    • Characterized by excellence or difference; eminent.
    • Dignified in conduct or look.
    • celebrated, popular or eminent considering past achievements; prestigious
    • Having a dignified look or demeanor
    • certain, noted.
    • Marked; special.
    • Separated from other people by distinct distinction; having, or suggesting, superiority; eminent or known; illustrious; -- applied to people and deeds.
    • used of your look or behavior; befitting an eminent individual
    • (used of persons) standing above other people in character or attainment or reputation
  • verb:
    • Simple past tight and previous participle of distinguish.
    • Simple last tense and past participle of distinguish.
    • Simple past tight and past participle of distinguish.
  • others:
    • Separated by some level of difference: since, distinguished rank; distinguished abilities.
    • having distinction; separated from the generality by superior capabilities, achievements, personality, or reputation; better known than the others in the same course or occupation; popular; eminent: since, a distinguished statesman, author, or soldier.
    • Synonyms Celebrated, Eminent, an such like. (see famous); marked, conspicuous, exceptional.
    • Separated by some mark of difference: as, distinguished position; distinguished abilities.
    • Possessing difference; separated from the generality by exceptional abilities, accomplishments, personality, or reputation; better known than others in identical course or career; distinguished; eminent: because, a distinguished statesman, writer, or soldier.
    • Synonyms Celebrated, Eminent, an such like. (see famous); marked, conspicuous, excellent.
    • Separated by some level of difference: because, distinguished ranking; distinguished abilities.
    • having distinction; separated from generality by exceptional capabilities, achievements, personality, or reputation; better known than the others in identical class or occupation; well-known; eminent: because, a distinguished statesman, author, or soldier.
    • Synonyms Celebrated, Eminent, an such like. (see famous); marked, conspicuous, exceptional.

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