Advantage and Dignity


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Advantage noun – The more favorable condition or position in a competition.
Dignity and advantage are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Dignity" instead a noun "Advantage".
Nearby Words: advantaged, advantageous, advantageously, advantaging
Synonyms for Advantage


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Dignity noun – High position within society.
Advantage and dignity are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Advantage" instead a noun "Dignity".
Nearby Words: dignified, dignify
Synonyms for Dignity

How words are described

clear clear advantage clear dignity
natural natural advantage natural dignity
complete complete advantage complete dignity
considerable considerable advantage considerable dignity
Other adjectives: great, little, inherent, personal, greater.

Both words in one sentence

  • Defiant to the End To that, Usagi stood upright in perfect defiant dignity saying, "Whatever fate I have, I will face it on my feet." Fortunately, he soon got the advantage to win the day.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me! Genuine pity is often portrayed as an affront to the dignity of the pitied, as the pity-er is at least implicitly signaling their advantage over and superiority to the pitied, though there is also the popular Aesop that too much Pride is foolish and shallow.
  • Snow Means Death: This is the case at the execution of Earl Thomas of Lancaster—and is taken gleeful advantage of by the audience, much to the exasperation of the earl, who finds it tricky to Face Death with Dignity while being pelted with snowballs.
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