magistral

[ maj-uh-struh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF magistral

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If I discover the magistral force, I shall be able to create.

In the quartet, his magistral work, the Hebraic element is only one of several.

The doctoral and magistral canonries alluded to by Philip afforded a special grievance.

And in Les Deux Sœurs the effects of labour entirely vanish, and he once more paints with magistral unconcern.

His descriptions have the magistral ampleness of a gesture indicating the sweep of a vast horizon.

Here is a magistral power accorded to Congress utterly inconsistent with the pretensions of State Rights.

The magistral blister of Valleix is a revival of the vesicating epithem.

On such a question, his whole life was the open book from which he spoke with magistral authority.

Here is a magistral power accorded to Congress, utterly inconsistent with the pretensions of State Rights.

Your B-minor sonata, however unsatisfactory its actual quality, remains one of the magistral works of the sort.

WORD ORIGIN

1570s, from Latin magistralis "of a master," from magister "chief, director" (see master (n.)).

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