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Distinguished

Pronunciation of Distinguished
/dɪstˈɪŋɡwɪʃt/, /dɪstˈɪŋɡwɪʃt/, /d_ɪ_s_t_ˈɪ_ŋ_ɡ_w_ɪ_ʃ_t/

Antonyms for distinguished:

unimportant, undignified, obscure, common, ordinary, unknown, insignificant.

Synonyms for distinguished:

Sense 1

showstopping, prestige, inspired, laudable, hallowed, meritorious, godlike, creditable, reputable, glorious, outstandingly, awe-inspiring, praiseworthy, well-regarded, Storming, worthy, prestigious, commendable, inviolable, admirable, enviable, estimable, respected, conspicuous, well-thought-of, magnificent, superhuman, prodigious.

Sense 2

The, fancy, dazzling, amazing, distinct, noted, marvelous, confused.

Sense 3

spectacular, best, redoubtable.

Sense 6

O.K..

arresting

striking.

comprehended

understood.

exalted

high.

first class

excellent.

glorious

splendid.

illustrious

brilliant.

outstanding

classic.

prominent

outstanding.

remarkable

unusual.

all (adjective)

magisterial, grand, imposing.

different (adjective)

unusual.

excellent (adjective)

meritorious.

expert (adjective)

ace.

famous, outstanding (adjective)

stately, noteworthy, noted, royal, glorious, honored, conspicuous, brilliant, noble, notable, Famed, esteemed, signal, imposing, celebrated, renowned, great, dignified, well-known, remarkable, salient, reputable, acclaimed, aristocratic, superior, illustrious, striking, memorable, eminent, marked, prominent.

important (adjective)

big-wig, salient, noteworthy, important, eminent, considerable, notable, pivotal, influential, prominent, momentous, heavyweight, serious, big-name, consequential, critical, world-shaking, high, earthshaking, high-powered, grave, crucial.

noble (adjective)

baronial, regal, knightly, grand, ladylike, majestic, heroic, royal, imposing, dignified, magisterial, august, imperial, kingly, courtly, stately, queen-like, princely, aristocratic, great, sovereign, patrician, noble, celebrated, lordly.

proud (adjective)

honorable.

reputable (adjective)

esteemed, reputable, noteworthy, famous, notorious, prominent, legendary, reputed, mythical, fabled, preeminent, elevated, memorable, notable, exalted, Famed, acclaimed, renowned, celebrated, illustrious, well-known, remarkable, pronounced, honorable, popular.

respected (adjective)

honored.

successful (adjective)

well-established, look back, successful, leading, towering, ascendant, triumphant, top-rated, thriving, huge, all-right, bumper, established, swimmingly, big, golden, meteoric, productive, red hot, bestselling, breakout, high-flying, banner, ahead, go-go, halcyon, lethal, undefeated, upwardly mobile, growth, self-made, Vaunted.

superior (adjective)

superhuman.

Sense 3 (noun)

prestigious, redoubtable.

distinguished (noun)

of import, important, eminent, differentiated, great, magisterial, imposing, dignified.

discriminated (verb)

separated, Discerned.

distinguished (verb)

specified.

respected (verb)

honored.

specialized (verb)

specialized, signified, individualized, defined, marked, Discriminated, differentiated.

Usage examples for distinguished:

  • They had both of them been always distinguished for good behaviour. - "A Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson", Watkin Tench.
  • He had distinguished his sisters' voices. - "Dame Care", Hermann Sudermann.
  • It was certainly the " distinguished party" he had promised. - "Black Oxen", Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton.

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