Definition of Prestigeful

1. Adjective. respected, admired ¹



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Definition of Prestigeful

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prestigeful

presterilizing
presterna
presternum
presters
prestezza
prestidigital
prestidigitate
prestidigitated
prestidigitates
prestidigitating
prestidigitation
prestidigitations
prestidigitator
prestidigitators
prestige
prestigeful (current term)
prestigeless
prestiges
prestigiation
prestigiations
prestigiator
prestigiators
prestigiatory
prestigious
prestigiously
prestigiousness
prestimonies
prestimony
prestimulated
prestimulation

Literary usage of Prestigeful

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1. The Laws of Imitation by Gabriel de Tarde (1903)
"And yet, as we shall see, this does not keep extra-logical and prestigeful influences from always playing a very considerable part. ..."

2. The Laws of Imitation by Gabriel de Tarde (1903)
"And yet, as we shall see, this does not keep extra-logical and prestigeful influences from always playing a very considerable part. ..."

3. Ideals of America: Analyses of the Guiding Motives of Contemporary American by City Club of Chicago (1919)
"This source, I take it, is exclusiveness. Exclusiveness is the greatest of all factors in making any group prestigeful — exclusiveness makes royalty ..."

4. The Yale Review by Yale University, George Park Fisher, George Burton Adams, Henry Walcott Farnam, Arthur Twining Hadley, John Christopher Schwab, William Fremont Blackman, Edward Gaylord Bourne, Irving Fisher, Henry Crosby Emery, Wilbur Lucius Cross (1906)
"Savonarola and Rienzi are types of great prestigeful personalities whose leadership resulted in failure, because they sought to create where they should ..."

5. Publication of the American Sociological Society by American Sociological Association (1917)
"... the more difficult to undermine because it has seemed to be so firmly grounded in the most prestigeful current of thought in modern scientific history. ..."

6. The Family: An Ethnographical and Historical Outline with Descriptive Notes by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1906)
"... tribes in which war-captured wives are prestigeful trophies. Grosse, Die Formen der Familie, etc., pp. 105-108. NOTE C Make a detailed study of ..."

7. The Family: An Ethnographical and Historical Outline with Descriptive Notes by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1906)
"... tribes in which war-captured wives are prestigeful trophies. Grosse, Die Formen der Familie, etc., pp. 105-108. NOTEC Make a detailed study of betrothal ..."

8. The Family: An Ethnographical and Historical Outline with Descriptive Notes by Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons (1906)
"... tribes in which war-captured wives are prestigeful trophies. Grosse, Die Formen der Familie, etc., pp. 105-108. NOTE C Make a detailed study of ..."

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