On such a question, his whole life was the open book from which he spoke with magistral authority.
If I discover the magistral force, I shall be able to create.
Your B-minor sonata, however unsatisfactory its actual quality, remains one of the magistral works of the sort.
The doctoral and magistral canonries alluded to by Philip afforded a special grievance.
Compounding that assay and calcination with magistral, nothing was obtained.
And in Les Deux Sœurs the effects of labour entirely vanish, and he once more paints with magistral unconcern.
His descriptions have the magistral ampleness of a gesture indicating the sweep of a vast horizon.
Here is a magistral power accorded to Congress utterly inconsistent with the pretensions of State Rights.
In the quartet, his magistral work, the Hebraic element is only one of several.
The magistral blister of Valleix is a revival of the vesicating epithem.
magistral mag·is·tral (māj'ĭ-strəl)
Prepared as specified by a physician's prescription. Used of medicine.