Meaning of prestigiously in English:

prestigiously

Pronunciation /prɛˈstɪdʒəsli/

adverb

See prestigious

‘This ranking could not have been achieved if it weren't for the prestigiously hard working and responsible students that attend this institution.’
  • ‘You spend any time with him and you realize he is a prestigiously talented person with an extraordinary record.’
  • ‘Quite odd you're already so prestigiously looked at, being only thirty-four years old, and one of the richest men in the world.’
  • ‘Undoubtedly, the Acqua e Sapone rider has a good time-trial pedigree, having already won twice against the clock this year - at the UNIQA Classic and, more prestigiously, the Tour of Belgium.’
  • ‘It's lucky for the newlyweds that their wedding took place in this century; otherwise, it might not have been so prestigiously hailed as Spain's ‘Wedding of the Century’.’
  • ‘An unremarkable series, but executive producer Lee Rich went on to employ his two lead actors more prestigiously in later years, casting Hagman in his supersoap Dallas and Mills in its spin-off Knots Landing.’
  • ‘Although his short, unruly brown hair shook as he stood cautiously from his seated position, his deep brown suit that he wore prestigiously took all the eyes away from it.’
  • ‘Usually they would not have been so openly welcomed, walking so gracefully and prestigiously down the opposing clan's pathway.’
  • ‘She carried herself prestigiously and with a grace possessed only by a seasoned warrior.’
  • ‘It apparently took quite a few years of training and studying very hard and prestigiously.’
  • ‘Gabriel stopped at the bottom of the stairs to take in the prestigiously clean basement.’