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dignity

Medspeak-UK
Respect; assurance that a person receives the health or social care in a way that makes him/her feel respected and helps him/her develop or maintain self-esteem.
 
Vox populi
Nobility, majesty; the carriage of oneself with self-respect.
References in classic literature ?
It did not appear to him that Sir Walter could materially alter his style of living in a house which had such a character of hospitality and ancient dignity to support.
They composed themselves on reaching the door, however; shook hands cordially all round, made their best bows, and retired with great elegance and dignity, leaving Rose to say to herself, with girlish satisfaction, as she went in
Bumble had quite dignity enough for two; supposing even that the stranger had been more familiar: so he drank his gin-and-water in silence, and read the paper with great show of pomp and circumstance.
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In recent decades an increasingly widespread use of "dignity talk" that makes absolutist, ambiguous, and often conflicting claims about human dignity has been met with a growing chorus of critics dismissing "human dignity as a vacuous, useless term generally employed as a substitute for other notions.
quantify, including equity, human dignity, fairness, and distributive
Folk at Willington Care Village in County Durham celebrated Dignity Action Day with a day full of enjoyable and beneficial activities for residents.
GUISBOROUGH Manor Care Home is marking National Dignity Day on February 1 with events running through the week.
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