use prestigiously in a sentence.
The New York Film Festival, which has reigned prestigiously at Lincoln Center each September for nearly 50 years, typically aims to showcase brand-name auteurs, curated into an intensive, but manageable, two dozen or so titles.
More prestigiously, he played an army major in Robert Altman's Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull's History Lesson (1976).
My investment guy, a prestigiously-schooled, highly experienced professional, extensively researches Blue Chip companies, investing only in those that demonstrate the most solid -- as he calls them -- "fundamentals."
Gulbenkian wrote a series of highly regarded articles on Russian oil, which appeared in a leading French magazine in 1889, and he turned the articles into a prestigiously published book in 1891—making himself a world oil expert by the time he was twenty-one.
To give you a completely different view of this prestigiously sought-after perfume, I will have to share with you a little story which my perfume friend Alden shared with me – simply because it put a big grin on my face in a much needed moment: I read so many wonderful reviews about Yerbamate.