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King James Dictionary
EM'INENT, a. L. eminens, from emineo.
1. High lofty as an eminent place. Ezekiel 16
2. Exalted in rank high in office dignified distinguished. Princes hold eminent stations in society, as do ministers, judges and legislators.
3. High in public estimation conspicuous distinguished above others remarkable as an eminent historian or poet an eminent scholar. Burke was an eminent orator Watts and Cowper were eminent for their piety.
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