Prince George and his parents are enjoying their first Christmas in their magnificent country home.
The museum does a magnificent job of making that point—no matter how much you might disagree with the outcome of the decisions.
He argued that Titi was stunning and had a magnificent presence, but to no avail.
“There was a magnificent opportunity here,” says Barbara in voiceover.
The magnificent Maninbo, or Ten Thousand Lives, runs to 30 volumes.
But her gowns, which are still preserved, are of magnificent stuffs.
The Reclamation Service is an experiment, a magnificent one.
It is so magnificent that every other thing of the sort is quite lost in the comparison.
“Here is a letter for you, with a magnificent seal,” said Hester, as they entered.
Dick watched the magnificent spectacle with thrilling pride.
mid-15c., from Old French magnificent, a back-formation from Latin magnificentior, comparative of magnificus "great, elevated, noble, distinguished," literally "doing great deeds" (see magnificence).