Definition for majestic

adjective as in impressive, splendid

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Example Sentences

If you’ve got the time, backpacking is the best way to get into its pristine alpine lakes and majestic high peaks.

Both will fly you through the majestic Arrigetch Peaks for an extra fee.

As its name suggests, Minecraft is about mining and building, but what you build is up to you—you can go for an underground labyrinth or a majestic castle in the clouds.

The majestic home had it all — five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a three-car garage and a spacious basement in a beautiful neighborhood in Colorado Springs.

We have majestic works of art and literature, music, and science.

The city of Stanleyville—now called Kisangani—was a majestic port city as deep as one can go into the Heart of Darkness.

What waited was a capsule that was just as majestic as the celebration.

He has a majestic view of the dingy back entrance of a Hilton hotel.

It is both darker than its unpleasant reputation and, simultaneously, more enduringly majestic than a schlocky brochure.

On the evening of January 6, 1923, Tallulah boarded the SS Majestic.

And he girded him about with a glorious girdle, and clothed him with a robe of glory, and crowned him with majestic attire.

The tragedy of existence presented itself in its true aspect, as noble and majestic and intimidating.

During the rainy season, most of these cliffs and rocks are covered with water, and the river then appears more majestic.

This majestic conception was first advanced, in modern times at least, by the German philosopher Immanuel Kant.

As he spoke, King Loc, grave and tender, had something of the gentle beauty of a majestic poodle.


On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to majestic, such as: august, awesome, ceremonious, courtly, dignified, and elevated.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.