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exceedingly dignified in form, tone, or style

raised to or occupying a high position or rank

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the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100

of behavior that is impressive and ambitious in scale or scope

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of or befitting a lord

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rich and superior in quality

large and impressive in physical size or extent

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the most important and magnificent in adornment

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used of a person's appearance or behavior

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But Gladstone is much more than a mere historic figure; he has a powerful relevance to our own times, claims Prof the Lord Alton, who will give a lecture about the Grand Old Man tomorrow in Liverpool.
The grand old man of the team, 40-year-old fellow opener Sanath Jayasuriya, has even more to prove with a meagre 10 from his first outing followed by a duck in the second outing.
Chef Imtiaz, the grand old man of dum pukht style of cooking, is credited with making the style famous all over the world and one can rest assured all the dishes at the festival in Dubai will have his signature touch.
Now in his 80s, Alan Whicker, the grand old man of travel, has been revisiting some of his most memorable destinations and what great telly it's been to watch (Alan Whicker's Journey of a Lifetime, BBC2, 9pm).
The grand old man of Worcestershire was known as the sergeant major at the Lickeys and is still an upright and commanding figure.
RANGERS defender Davie Weir is set to become the grand old man of international football, according to Scotland boss Alex McLeish.
There will also be a concert, Discovering Dutilleux, which will be a unique celebration of the grand old man of French music.
Beat The Clock was one of Bruce's early successes and I think everyone will agree the grand old man of mirth is still beating it today.
Now the grand old man of betting and gaming, he will soon step down, after steering the company from humble beginnings in Liverpool in 1958 to a unique position in the UK casino industry.
If you want to meet the Grand Old Man of Vaudeville, he'll be at Borders Books, 100 S.
The grand old man of metal returns in rude health with an album that's so sparky it glows.
In the course of deploring the Anglocentricity of The Grove Book of Art Writing and the absence from the selection of so many leading American art writers, my friend Robert Storr ["British Evasion," January] sees me in a role that doesn't altogether correspond with the facts: "David Sylvester, the grand old man of English criticism and the authority figure around whom pivots this strange dance of old-school studio artists and new-media practitioners, weighs in with nine entries.
Trevor Dannatt writes a personal memoir of Denys Lasdun, the Grand Old Man of English architecture, who died last month.
Former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, the grand old man of Europe.
The revival of El Greco is by Ivo Cramer, now the grand old man of Swedish dance.