a.1.Resplendent in the highest degree.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The thought brought a little of panic upon it, and when he came upon another policeman lounging grandly in front of a transplendent theatre he caught at the immediate straw of "disorderly conduct."
We are meant to laugh at Pam's preferred adjective--"The only word for this is transplendent"--but Duvall locates the dignity in the dippy journalist's enthusiasms.
The order delivered by Special Judge John Michael Cunha in a packed court room temporarily setup in Bangalore's central jail has sent shivers down the spine of many in the political class particularly "Amma" trenchant critics in the DMK party even as the majesty of Indian law stood out in all its transplendent glory.