1. characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur;
She watched the magnificent waterfall cascade down the mountainside.
It was magnificent of you.
The frescoes in these churches are magnificent.
We visited the magnificent cathedral.
When we reached the top of the hill, a magnificent view of the sea greeted us.
The visitors broke into exclamations of wonder when they saw the magnificent Great Wall.
This palace is magnificent.
The costumes in the film are very magnificent.
These magnificent ancient buildings demonstrate the great intelligence of the labouring people.
What magnificent northern scenery!
As we climbed to the top of the hill, a magnificent view opened out before us.
The new hotel is a magnificent building.
He is magnificent in physique.
The mountain looks magnificent against the sky.
The Parthenon is a magnificent structure.
The view of the West Lake is magnificent.
The Taj Mahal is a magnificent building.
At 54 years old her energy and looks are magnificent.
Originally released in 1957, the film was remade as "The Magnificent Seven".
The results are nothing short of magnificent.
It's going to be the most magnificent Thanksgiving dinner we ever had.
This magnificent church cannot fail to stop you in your tracks.
Unbelievably, our Government are now planning to close this magnificent institution.
This magnificent show charts his meteoric rise from "small town" country singer to top international Rock idol.
Several magnificent oil paintings adorn the walls.
He had a magnificent head of silvered hair.
The flowers were colourful and the scenery magnificent.
grand, magnificent, majestic, splendid, noble
splendid, gorgeous, glorious, superb, magnificent