Etymology
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dignified (adj.)

1660s, "exalted, honored, ranking as a dignitary," past-participle adjective from dignify. By 1812 in the sense of "having a dignified manner, marked with dignity; of noble bearing; grave or stately."

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Definitions of dignified

dignified (adj.)
having or expressing dignity; especially formality or stateliness in bearing or appearance;
her dignified demeanor
the director of the school was a dignified white-haired gentleman
dignified (adj.)
having or showing self-esteem;
Synonyms: self-respecting / self-respectful
From wordnet.princeton.edu