gravely courteous, self-respectful, self-respecting, formal, ceremonious, imperious, eminent, portly, elevated, glorious, of consequence, high-brow, magnificent, like one who has a ramrod down his back, queenly, classic, sublime, marked by dignity of manner, stiff, quiet, honorable, staid, lofty, sober as a judge, classy, serious, haughty, proud, superior, reserved
praised (part of speech: verb)
elegant (part of speech: adjective)
serious (part of speech: adjective)
worshiped (part of speech: verb)
noble (part of speech: adjective)
great, regal, baronial, imposing, imperial, princely, grand, celebrated, patrician, aristocratic, magisterial, kingly, lordly, august, stately, royal, majestic, sovereign, knightly, distinguished, courtly, queen-like, heroic
courteous (part of speech: adjective)
diplomatic, suave, civil, graceful, gentlemanly, polite, deferential, considerate, obliging, agreeable, mannerly, gracious, ladylike, chivalrous, well-mannered, thoughtful, noble, well-bred, hospitable, decorous, courteous, respectful, gallant
beautified (part of speech: verb)
- She left the house, pale, dignified, the tears in her eyes. - "The Marriage of William Ashe", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
- " Yes, I used to know him, Judith, a long time ago," in stiff, cold, dignified tones. - "Judy of York Hill", Ethel Hume Patterson Bennett.
- She met him with a pale, sweet, dignified mask of face. - "The Eagle's Heart", Hamlin Garland.