Magnificent

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English

Adjective

Magnificent (comparative more Magnificent, superlative most Magnificent)

  1. Grand, elegant or splendid in appearance.
  2. Grand or noble in action.
  3. Exceptional for its kind.

Adverbs for Magnificent

splendidly; gorgeously; grandly; sumptuously; brilliantly; gaudily; regally; extraordinarily; remarkably; marvelously; ceremonially; majestically; pompously; formally; highly; unspeakably; beautifully; elegantly; overwhelmingly; stupendously; colossally; resplendently; richly; imposingly; sublimely; matchlessly; impressively.

Thesaurus

marvelous, noble, opulent, outstanding, palatial, plush, posh, princely, prominent, proud, regal, renowned, resplendent, rich, ritzy, sensational, soaring, splendacious, splendid, splendiferous, splendorous, stately, sterling, sublime, sumptuous, super, superb, supereminent, superexcellent, superfancy, superfine, superior, superlative, swank, swanky, swell, terrific, towering, tremendous, wonderful, Babylonian, Corinthian, august, awe-inspiring, awful, barbaric, brilliant, commanding, deluxe, distinguished, divine, elaborate, elegant, elevated, eminent, exalted, excellent, exquisite, extravagant, famous, fancy, fine, gilt-edged, glorious, godlike, golden, gorgeous, grand, grandiose, great, heavenly, heroic, high, immense, imposing, impressive, lauded, lavish, lofty, lordly, luxurious, magnanimous, majestic,

Etymology

From Latin as if *magnificens, equivalent to magnificus (great in deeds or sentiment, noble, splendid, etc.), from magnus (great) + -ficens, an accom. form of -ficiens, the reg. form in compounds of faciens, ppr. of facere (to do).

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Latin

Verb

magnificent

  1. third-person plural present active subjunctive of magnificō