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digno in English:

1. dignifying



English word "digno"(dignifying) occurs in sets:

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2. worthy


Never tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it.
Churchill was a worthy statesman.
The act known as terrorism, that rips away from us in an instant our peaceful days of happiness, is certainly worthy of being called an enemy to all mankind.
In fact, love is the only genuinely precious thing in life; it's also the only thing worthy of pursuit.
We will elect whoever we believe is worthy.
Kate's wish is to prove that she is a worthy actress.
A man worthy of his salt cannot do such a thing.
Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection.
That's very worthy
Every year she makes a large donation to a worthy cause.
A politician worthy of our respect. A worthy cause. A worthy champion.
everything I've ever done was all so I'd be worthy of you.
Even the worthy Homer sometimes nods.
It is a worthy ambition to do well whatever one does.
He who has friends for dinner, but takes no care in the meal that he has prepared for them is not worthy of having friends.

English word "digno"(worthy) occurs in sets:

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3. dignified


At the funeral, the widow looked very dignified, with her black suit, hat and gloves.
Tom looks dignified.
 "Why are the Ministry providing cars, Father?" Percy asked again, in a dignified voice.
Throughout his trial he maintained a dignified silence.
a dignified old lady; a dignified ceremony
dignified balls
It is the border-line cases that are always in danger: the dignified buildings of the past which may possess no real artistic or historic value, but which people have become sentimentally attached to and have grown to love.
He decided that his kielbasa was too dignified for an ordinary bun.

English word "digno"(dignified) occurs in sets:

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4. deserving


They call Paris the City of Lights, but Las Vegas may be more deserving of that title.
This hotel is far from deserving the four stars the guidebook gives it.

English word "digno"(deserving) occurs in sets:

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