n. The state of being worthy; nobleness or elevation of mind; worthiness: as, dignity of sentiments.n. Elevation; honorable place or elevated rank; degree of excellence, either in estimation or in the order of nature: as, man is superior in dignity to brutes.n. Elevation and repose of aspect or of deportment; nobility of mien: as, a man of native dignity; “dignity of attitude,”n. Height; importance; rank.n. An elevated office, civil or ecclesiastical; hereditary rank or title, or official distinction.n. The rank or title of a nobleman; the right to use a title of honor, originally in virtue of an estate and accompanied by an official function.n. One who holds high rank; a dignitary.n. Any honor conferred; promotion.n. In rhetoric, avoidance of unseemly or trivial tropes and figures.n. In astrology, a situation in which a planet has an influence more powerful than usual.n. A self-evident truth; an axiom.n. Majesty, stateliness, gravity.