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magnificent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmagnificentmag‧nif‧i‧cent /mæɡˈnɪfəsənt/ ●●○ adjective  BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGvery good or beautiful, and very impressive a magnificent performance The twelve-mile coastline has magnificent scenery. She looked magnificent in a long red dress.see thesaurus at beautifulmagnificently adverbmagnificence noun [uncountable]
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magnificenta magnificent 15th century castleForty-five at least, with grey in his black hair, and magnificent.They're not cheap but look magnificent.The location of the town along the river is magnificent.Wolves are magnificent and beautiful animals.The Siberian Tiger is a magnificent animal.a magnificent art deco buildingThe magnificent beaches of Portrush and Portstewart, two very popular holiday resorts, are within five miles of the University.It is vast, cold, magnificent but artificial, its detail mechanical, its mosaics pre-Raphaelite in feeling.The horse was a magnificent creature with a gleaming jet black coat.He washed and dressed in a magnificent embroidered robe topped with a great gilt turban, then returned to the feast.The room was dominated by a magnificent four-poster bed.a magnificent golden eaglethe magnificent mountains around Lake TiticacaBehind you is a magnificent organ above which is a fresco dedicated to the Life of St Cecilia.Creativity is not restricted to painting magnificent pictures.
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