majestic

[ muh-jes-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF majestic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAJESTIC

And more than anything to be remarked was the majestic serenity of his expression.

They were rather of the sort that closes solemnly in slumber with majestic effect.

Beside which, the caravan was moving at the majestic rate of about five miles a day.

One of them was tall and majestic, and the other low, and of a shape and figure the most alluring.

This time the Majestic was taken as the target for a torpedo and she went down.

She was of majestic stature; her complexion of untinged purity.

I am not a majestic man, but a pitiable and ridiculous one!'

They were to be the most majestic and the most beautiful to be found in Thebes.

Like unto some majestic comet that in passing had blazed out "Be not light; be sound!"

Before some of these majestic cuffs Cesar would go down and vanish.

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