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magnificent

  • EN [ mæɡˈnɪfɪsnt]
  • US [ mæɡˈnɪfɪsnt]
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English definition

    Adjective

  • 1. characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur;

    • "the brilliant court life at Versailles"
    • "a glorious work of art"
    • "magnificent cathedrals"
    • "the splendid coronation ceremony"

Example sentences

  • 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.

Synonym discrimination

  • grand, magnificent, majestic, splendid, noble

  • splendid, gorgeous, glorious, superb, magnificent

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