• Definition for "eminent"
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eminent definition

  • adjective:
    • Of large rank, place, or high quality; noteworthy: eminent people in the city.
    • Outstanding, like in personality or performance; distinguished: an eminent historian. See Synonyms at noted.
    • Towering or standing completely above others; prominent: an eminent peak.
    • large, lofty; towering; prominent.
    • noteworthy, remarkable, great
    • of an individual, distinguished, essential, noteworthy
    • High; lofty; towering; prominent.
    • Being, metaphorically, above others, whether by birth, large place, quality, or virtue; saturated in public estimation; distinguished; conspicuous
    • of imposing level; specifically standing aside above other individuals
    • standing above other people in high quality or place
    • Of high rank, place, or quality; noteworthy: eminent members of the city.
    • Outstanding, as with character or overall performance; distinguished: an eminent historian. See Synonyms at noted.
    • imposing or standing aside above other individuals; prominent: an eminent peak.
    • large, lofty; towering; prominent.
    • noteworthy, remarkable, great
    • of a person, distinguished, crucial, noteworthy
    • High; lofty; towering; prominent.
    • becoming, metaphorically, above other people, whether by delivery, large station, quality, or virtue; high in general public estimation; distinguished; conspicuous
    • of imposing level; particularly standing down above others
    • standing above others in quality or position
    • Of large rank, place, or quality; noteworthy: eminent members of the city.
    • Outstanding, as in character or performance; distinguished: an eminent historian. See Synonyms at noted.
    • Towering or standing away above other people; prominent: an eminent peak.
    • high, lofty; towering; prominent.
    • noteworthy, remarkable, great
    • of people, distinguished, important, noteworthy
    • tall; lofty; towering; prominent.
    • becoming, metaphorically, above other people, whether by birth, large station, quality, or virtue; high in community estimation; distinguished; conspicuous
    • of imposing level; particularly standing out above others
    • standing above other people in quality or place
  • others:
    • Prominent; standing aside above other activities; large; lofty.
    • full of ranking, office, well worth, or public estimation; conspicuous; extremely distinguished: said of you or of their position: as, an eminent place; an eminent historian or poet. It's rarely used in a bad feeling.
    • Conspicuous; like to entice attention; manifest: as, the judge's cost ended up being described as eminent fairness; an eminent example of the uncertainty of circumstantial research.
    • Supreme; managing; unrestrained by greater right or authority: mainly when you look at the phrase eminent domain (which see, under domain).
    • In mineralogy, extremely perfect: said of cleavage.
    • Prominent; standing out above other items; large; lofty.
    • High in position, office, really worth, or public estimation; conspicuous; very distinguished: stated of one or of their place: as, an eminent station; an eminent historian or poet. Its hardly ever used in a bad feeling.
    • Conspicuous; such as to attract interest; manifest: as, the judge's cost ended up being characterized by eminent equity; an eminent example of the uncertainty of circumstantial evidence.
    • Supreme; controlling; unrestrained by greater right or authority: mainly when you look at the expression eminent domain (which see, under domain).
    • In mineralogy, very perfect: stated of cleavage.
    • Prominent; standing completely above other stuff; large; lofty.
    • full of position, office, worth, or public estimation; conspicuous; extremely distinguished: stated of someone or of their position: as, an eminent section; an eminent historian or poet. Its seldom found in a poor good sense.
    • Conspicuous; eg to attract interest; manifest: since, the judge's cost was described as eminent fairness; an eminent exemplory case of the uncertainty of circumstantial evidence.
    • Supreme; managing; unrestrained by higher right or authority: chiefly within the phrase eminent domain (which see, under domain).
    • In mineralogy, very perfect: said of cleavage.
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