Examples of dignitary in a Sentence
The dinner was attended by many foreign dignitaries.
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While foreign royals, leading politicians, and dignitaries won’t have a pew at St. George’s Chapel, the late Princess of Wales’s side of the family will be well represented at the nuptials.
It was followed by a celebratory luncheon with dignitaries at the Sheraton Palace Garden Court.
Surrounding Jacobs are photographs of his meetings with various dignitaries: Barack Obama, Pope Francis, Shimon Peres, Jordan’s King Abdullah II, Bill Clinton.
On Friday, officials and dignitaries attended a groundbreaking ceremony for an $18 million facility near Groveland that will feature a slew of ballfields and numerous other amenities.
As founding board members of Little Miami, Inc., the Morgans invited politicians and dignitaries to cookouts at their farm along the river, impressing them with its beauty and demonstrating the dire need for its protection.
March 3, 2013 Fourteen hundred people — friends, dignitaries and fans — attend Van Cliburn’s funeral at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth.
Couric pointed out Vice President Mike Pence was sitting in the same dignitary box with Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
The ceremony was attended by Gov. Kay Ivey, among other dignitaries.
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: a person who has a high rank or an important position
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