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lofty

adjective august, cavalier, celebrated, celestial, dignified, distinguished, elevated, eminent, enhanced, exalted, exalted ideal, fabled, famous, heavenly, heightened, high, high intellectual values, high score value, honorable, illustrious, immortal, kingly, leading, legendary, lordly, magisterial, magnificent, noble, notable, noted, predominant, preeminent, princely, prominent, raised, renowned, respected, revered, soaring, venerable
Associated concepts: lofty goals, lofty ideals, lofty plans
See also: grandiose, magnanimous, meritorious, orgulous, presumptuous, prominent, proud, remarkable, supercilious
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Summary: Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India], Feb 19 (ANI): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday said that a person's political lineage is not a guarantee of success, contending that citizens can infer whether one's approach is genuine or an attempt to live up to lofty familial expectation.
Forty-one schools in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges region have received grants totalling more than $70,000 to support environmental projects including creating bush tucker gardens, building frog ponds and restoring bandicoot habitat.
Lofty Labs of Fayetteville, a web development consulting company, has become a certified consultant for Amazon Web Services.
Though having much to be proud of, Lofty, who is quoted several times in the new book, The Long Range Desert Group in World War II, by renowned military historian Gavin Mortimer (Osprey Publishing, PS25), tells me: "I am not proud of anything.
Lying beneath a heap of camel saddles in a Bedouin village during the Second World War, Lofty Carr watched as six tanks rumbled towards him.
Lofty has been off work with guilt after the death of nurse Diane, but is he ready to return?
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 14, 2016-Auction Mobility Acquires Online Art Marketplace Lofty.
MINIATURE dachshund Lofty caused a mountain of concern when he was pulled unconscious from a house fire and had to be brought back to life by firefighters and paramedics.
While Lofty has to choose what to say in his statement, Dylan tells him to be clear that it was an accident.
Such a move, however, would also "kill any independent words in Egypt," said Mohamed Lofty, the director of the non-profit Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms (ECRF).
The Wall Street headline writers said that trading was flat but at a lofty level.
EastEnders Lofty Holloway and Michelle Fowler Dirty Den visited Michelle on her big day and derailed her nuptials with poor old Lofty.