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Prestigious   /prɛstˈɪdʒəs/  /pərstˈidʒəs/   Listen
Prestigious

adjective
1.
Having an illustrious reputation; respected.  Synonyms: esteemed, honored.  "A prestigious author"
2.
Exerting influence by reason of high status or prestige.



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"Prestigious" Quotes from Famous Books



... the stranger. But, notwithstanding the seeming probability of this opinion, there were secret misgivings of the earthly origin of the two last windings of the shell. All the legends, and all the most credited evidence in cases of prestigious agency, as it had been exhibited in the colonies of New-England, went to show the malignant pleasure the Evil Spirits found, in indulging their wicked mockeries, or in otherwise tormenting those who placed their support ...
— The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish • James Fenimore Cooper



Words linked to "Prestigious" :   prestigiousness, reputable, influential, prestige, esteemed



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