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  • EN [ ˈsplendɪd]
  • US [ ˈsplendɪd]

English definition


  • 1. having great beauty and splendor;

    • "a glorious spring morning"
    • "a glorious sunset"
    • "splendid costumes"
    • "a kind of splendiferous native simplicity"
  • 2. 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

  • He got a splendid present for her.

  • The nobles of Florence built splendid palaces.

  • He wrote a splendid polemic in my favour.

  • The climbers stood on the top of the mountain, gazing at the splendid view.

  • Besides the acting being true to life, the singing was splendid.

  • The peacock spreads his splendid tail.

  • She gave a splendid rendition of the song.

  • His splendid speech swayed thousands of votes.

  • She was arrayed with splendid trappings.

  • The splendid evening glow in the sky means another fine day tomorrow.

  • I've had a splendid evening and thanks for having me.

  • She appeared at the reception with splendid jewels.

  • The play was just splendid.

  • His reputation as a statesman is splendid.

  • Chicago has a splendid waterfront.

  • The splendid hall dazzled the young man.

  • The acre of garden is host to a splendid bank of rhododendrons.

  • The rich man lived in a splendid house.

  • It was splendid of you to make the offer.

  • A splendid bookcase goes along with the complete encyclopaedia if you pay cash.

  • What a splendid idea!

  • The book includes a wealth of splendid photographs.

  • I found him to be splendid company during the hour of our acquaintance.

  • The house commanded some splendid views of Delaware Bay.

  • Why does the media present such a negative view of this splendid city?

  • Our house has got a splendid view across to the Cotswolds.

  • She was attended by servants in splendid livery and powdered wigs.

  • Cherbourg had a splendid harbour enclosed by a long sea wall.

  • Graeme remains a supremely talented cricketer and must still have a splendid future in the game.

  • If you're lucky, a splendid golden eagle may soar into view.

Phrase collocation

  • splendid isolation

    used to emphasize the isolation of a person or thing

    • the stone stands &B{in splendid isolation} near the moorland road.

Synonym discrimination

  • excellent, choice, splendid, select, prime, first-rate

  • grand, magnificent, majestic, splendid, noble

  • splendid, gorgeous, glorious, superb, magnificent


Meaning of splendid

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