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mag·nif·i·cent

 (măg-nĭf′ĭ-sənt)
adj.
1. Splendid in appearance; grand: a magnificent palace. See Synonyms at grand.
2. Grand or noble in thought or accomplishment; exalted: a magnificent notion.
3. Outstanding of its kind; excellent: a magnificent place for sailing.

[Middle English, from Old French, from magnificence, splendor, from Latin magnificentia, from magnificent- comparative and superlative stem of magnificus, magnificent; see magnific.]

mag·nif′i·cent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.magnificently - extremely well; "he did splendidly in the exam"; "we got along famously"
2.magnificently - in an impressively beautiful mannermagnificently - in an impressively beautiful manner; "the Princess was gorgeously dressed"
Translations
بِصورةٍ فاخِرَه
nádherně
storslåetstrålende
glæsilega
muhteşem bir şekilde

magnificently

[mægˈnɪfɪsəntlɪ] ADVmagníficamente
they played/performed magnificentlytocaron/actuaron magníficamente (bien)

magnificently

[mægˈnɪfɪsəntli] adv [play, perform, respond] → magnifiquement, brillamment
magnificently restored → magnifiquement restauré(e)

magnificently

adv
(= excellently)großartig; you did magnificentlydas hast du großartig gemacht; a magnificently rousing finaleein glanzvolles (und) mitreißendes Finale; the islands are magnificently pure and unspoiltdie Inseln sind herrlich rein und unberührt
(in appearance) → prachtvoll, prächtig

magnificently

[mægˈnɪfɪsntlɪ] advmagnificamente

magnificent

(məgˈnifisnt) adjective
great and splendid. a magnificent costume; a magnificent performance.
magˈnificently adverb
magˈnificence noun
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In the first place, he is thought just, and therefore bears rule in the city; he can marry whom he will, and give in marriage to whom he will; also he can trade and deal where he likes, and always to his own advantage, because he has no misgivings about injustice and at every contest, whether in public or private, he gets the better of his antagonists, and gains at their expense, and is rich, and out of his gains he can benefit his friends, and harm his enemies; moreover, he can offer sacrifices, and dedicate gifts to the gods abundantly and magnificently, and can honour the gods or any man whom he wants to honour in a far better style than the just, and therefore he is likely to be dearer than they are to the gods.
Tin pans and horns were added to the din, the popula- tion massed itself and moved toward the river, met the children coming in an open carriage drawn by shouting citizens, thronged around it, joined its home- ward march, and swept magnificently up the main street roaring huzzah after huzzah!
They did not work for bosses, but spectacularly and magnificently, with their own might, grappled with the great world and wrung splendid living from its reluctant hands.
After this a mist came round the tree, and in the midst of it there was a burning as of fire, and out of the fire there flew a beautiful bird, that rose high into the air, singing magnificently, and when it could no more be seen, the juniper-tree stood there as before, and the silk handkerchief and the bones were gone.
And he knew I had not--I found myself at the end of an instant magnificently aware of this.
Again and again I assert that he writes magnificently.
Boythorn showed a manifest desire to abandon his right of way and do whatever Sir Leicester would, which Sir Leicester, conceiving to be a condescension to his illness or misfortune, took in such high dudgeon, and was so magnificently aggrieved by, that Mr.
He felt shy with her and in his heart he resented her great beauty: she dressed more magnificently than became the wife of a hardworking surgeon; and the charming furniture of her house, the flowers among which she lived even in winter, suggested an extravagance which he deplored.
Another quarter of an hour and the Prince will arrive and the procession will halt for the last time; after the tulip is placed on its throne, the Prince, yielding precedence to this rival for the popular adoration, will take a magnificently emblazoned parchment, on which is written the name of the grower; and his Highness, in a loud and audible tone, will proclaim him to be the discoverer of a wonder; that Holland, by the instrumentality of him, Boxtel, has forced Nature to produce a black flower, which shall henceforth be called Tulipa nigra Boxtellea.
Here," said he, quite magnificently, "here's quar'.
I remember, inside the prison at Buffalo, how some of us got magnificently jingled, and how, on the streets of Buffalo after our release, another jingle was financed with pennies begged on the main-drag.
His appreciation for sensuous beauty, especially color, is acute; his command of poetic phraseology is unsurpassed; he suggests shades of, feeling and elusive aspiration with, marvelously subtile power; his descriptions are magnificently beautiful, often with much detail; and his melody is often the perfection of sweetness.