magnificently

[ mag-nif-uh-suhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF magnificently
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGNIFICENTLY

These were all saddled, bridled, and magnificently caparisoned.

His sister was magnificently gowned, and far more beautiful than before.

Pascal, magnificently aloof, was standing in the center of the mess.

The interior of Fagerolles' house was strangely and magnificently luxurious.

The marriage was magnificently solemnized on the 18th of May, 1606.

A page from the truly native life of the nation, magnificently written.

The chairs and sofas were magnificently adorned with jewels.

Here, I haven't a third of what you have, and yet I'm magnificently happy.

Some time after I met her magnificently dressed, and I said, ‘Sally, where do you live now?’

The duet between the rose and the daisy was magnificently sung.

WORD ORIGIN

"in a splendid manner," early 15c.; see magnificent + -ly (2).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MAGNIFICENTLY

beautifully

adverbin an attractive or pleasing manner
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