Synonyms for Eminence:

n.

archbishopric, cardinal, canon, bishopric, abbess, archdeacon, the Archbishop of Canterbury, bishop, abbot, archbishop. leading light, peak, highland, authority figure, height, hill, prime mover, a force to be reckoned with, figure, magnate, mogul, projection, mover and shaker. knowledge, Eminency, Illustriousness, luster, Prominency, important, mark, prestige, respect. high, rise. big wheel, bigwig, lion, heavyweight, notable, big shot, big-timer, someone, somebody, personage, vip, leader, muckamuck, dignitary, character, nabob. eminence (noun)
note, distinction, tubercle, preeminence, tuberosity.
height (noun)
height.
high ground (noun)
highland, height, peak, hill, rise.
importance, fame (noun)
prestige, superiority, note, distinction, notability, preeminence, weight, Prominency, influence, prominence, significance, Illustriousness, standing.
rank (noun)
status.
someone (noun)
someone.
state (noun)
preeminence, distinction, note.
superiority (noun)
dominance, superiority, supremacy, excellence, incomparability, championship, preeminence, seniority, sovereignty.

Other synonyms:

mover and shaker, Illustriousness, dignitary, authority figure, bigwig, leading light, Prominency, muckamuck, big wheel, nabob, prime mover, big-timer, Eminency. mogul, notable, someone, somebody, big shot, vip. heavyweight. lion, prestige. personage. luster. figure. leader. character. mark. mound
hill.
Other relevant words:
figure, notable, personage, abbess, priority, projection, significance, heavyweight, character, big shot, standing, Illustriousness, hill, rise, archdeacon, Eminency, bishop, Prominency, lion, someone, muckamuck, magnate, mark, archbishopric, weight, leader, note, big wheel, distinction, predominance, highland, status, high, height, nabob, mogul, important, tuberosity, archbishop, prestige, knowledge, canon, cardinal, big-timer, abbot, somebody, bishopric, tubercle, vip, emphasis, stress, gravity, dignitary, luster, peak, respect, bigwig.

Usage examples for eminence

  1. He had been low in the world's esteem, and the Revolution had raised him to a degree of eminence this gratified his ambition, and made him a ready tool in the hands of those who knew how to use his well- known popularity, his wealth, his coarse courage and great physical powers. – La Vendée An Historical Romance by Anthony Trollope
  2. How few authors or artists have arrived at eminence who have not lived by their employment? – Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark by Mary Wollstonecraft
  3. The only thing that he ever let drop was that long ago he had been a pianist of eminence – The Intriguers by William Le Queux