magnificent

(redirected from magnificently)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to magnificently: speedily, undoubtedly

magnificent

adjective august, awe-inspiring, beautiful, brilliant, distinguished, elegant, exalted, excellent, exceptional, glorious, gorgeous, grand, great, handsome, imposing, impressive, lovely, luxurious, nice looking, out of this world, outrageous, plush, posh, pretty, princely, radiant, regal, resplendent, royal, splendid, splendiferous, stately, sublime, superb, terrific
See also: elegant, meritorious, proud
References in periodicals archive ?
In the last round Luke boxed magnificently off the back foot catching his opponent as he came in and moved off the sides to claim a majority verdict and a big scalp in his first senior bout, and his first without a head guard.
It grips magnificently through bends, while body roll just does not come into play.
He schooled magnificently on Thursday and every day is massive.
As India brought in its 64th Independence Day on August 15, the Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai, re-opened its doors to the magnificently restored Palace wing.
Charlotte Ellett could have disappointed as a late replacement for the indisposed, wondrous Rebecca Evans as Gretel, but in fact she rose to the challenge magnificently, working adroitly in tandem with the convincing, sulkily boyish Hansel of Cora Burggraaf.
But the Irish responded magnificently with a penalty try, a touchdown by David Wallace and a Ronan O'Gara penalty - his third of the game.
Assistant head Lianna Osborne said: "Yet again the children and their parents have responded magnificently to support a good cause.
It is only because we have freed ourselves from the shackles of unproven religious doctrine that we have advanced magnificently to the free-thinkers we are today.
We hope the community will continue to support the shop as they have done so magnificently in the past.
They dominate the action with magnificently rhythmic bickering and stitching (wonderfully miming needlework).
Grenville, whose ancestors went through much the same thing, magnificently and intimately portrays what happens when two sets of people, each totally ignorant of the other's culture, clash over land.
The Pantages splendidly housed the first national tour for three years, and there's no Southland venue where all that color and pageantry could gleam so magnificently.