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grandeur

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgrandeurgran‧deur /ˈɡrændʒə $ -ər/ noun [uncountable]  BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGimpressive beauty, power, or size the grandeur of the mountains delusions of grandeur at delusion(2)
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grandeurIt is foreign domesticity and local grandeur.The classical progression is then to delusions of grandeur with absurd claims of past and present achievements.Delusions of grandeur, of course.And a place of grandeur, such as a four-block street with cathedrals at either end.Ortiz is capable of investing the simplest melody with qualities of grandeur.There are admirers of rugged grandeur who are content merely to survey the scene from easy points of vantage.
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