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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdistinguisheddis‧tin‧guished /dɪˈstɪŋɡwɪʃt/ ●●○ adjective  1 SUCCESSFULsuccessful, respected, and admired a long and distinguished career2 IMPORTANTdressed in neat and attractive clothes that are worn by adults, not looking like a young person a tall distinguished figure in a dark suit
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distinguishedHis range of subjects was enormous; his prose distinctive, lucid, and distinguished.He quit his job at Cornell, ending a distinguished academic career.But why should Oxford be so coy about a man who may turn out to be one of its most distinguished alumni?Alfred was an interesting, bright, complex, difficult man, also of a distinguished lineage.a tall, distinguished-looking manHe made the priesthood and exercised a distinguished ministry.Recommendations for exemptions are made only for experienced and distinguished teachers of law who have established links with the profession.Ms. Dixon comes from a distinguished Washington family.
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