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illustriously

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  • as inbest
  • as insplendidly

synonyms for illustriously

  • advantageously
  • attractively
  • creditably
  • extremely
  • gloriously
  • greatly
  • honorably
  • magnanimously
  • most deeply
  • most fortunately
  • most fully
  • most highly
  • sincerely
  • beautifully
  • elegantly
  • gorgeously
  • grandly
  • handsomely
  • magnificently
  • remarkably
  • strikingly
  • superbly
  • wonderfully
  • excellently
  • majestically
  • radiantly
  • well

antonyms for illustriously

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  • worst
  • poorly
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How to use illustriously in a sentence

He fell conspicuously, illustriously, between the reviewers who reviled him, and the public who would have none of him.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
His father's ancestors were of noble descent, and those of his mother, Munny Begum, more eminently and more illustriously so.
THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDMUND BURKE, VOL. XI. (OF 12)EDMUND BURKE
As a matter of fact, they ought to be grateful to Hortense for contributing illustriously to the excitement of their lives.
LADY BALTIMOREOWEN WISTER
He is the present chieftain of the McGregor clan, which figures so illustriously in the history of Scotland.
THE ANTI-SLAVERY EXAMINER, OMNIBUSAMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY
She did not confuse them; Matilda's brain shines illustriously above the clouds of muddle.
UP AND DOWNEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON
The beauties of law as made and enforced by the property interests, are herein illustriously exemplified.
HISTORY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN FORTUNES, VOL. IMYERS GUSTAVUS
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WORDS RELATED TO ILLUSTRIOUSLY

  • advantageously
  • attractively
  • creditably
  • extremely
  • gloriously
  • greatly
  • honorably
  • illustriously
  • magnanimously
  • most deeply
  • most fortunately
  • most fully
  • most highly
  • sincerely
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.