magnificent[ mag-nif-uh-suhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnificent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGNIFICENT
If he should do so, the law would compel him to return her magnificent dowry.
For the first six miles over most magnificent grassed country.
Solomon, the Wise, decided to provide them with a magnificent home.
To gaze at me the field-workers suspend the magnificent lethargy of their labors.
She was certainly, for one so young and so unprofessional, a magnificent reader.
Magnificent was the day, indeed, and sorely did La Malne tempt us to a halt.
Cadge will call her nothing but 'H. the M.'—short for 'Helen the Magnificent.'
What should it be but the most magnificent palace that had ever been seen in the world.
Eudora paced down the sidewalk with a magnificent, stately gait.
The grounds had evidently been magnificent, both with flowers and forest trees.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR MAGNIFICENT
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