Tell that to the nearby pandas, happily ensconced with their bamboo, magnificently ignoring everything.
But he is positively notorious as the coauthor of a book boasting a magnificently mistaken title: Dow 36,000.
It ended, magnificently, in a shoot-out between the women in a fairground hall of mirrors.
Ditto for Mo'Nique for her magnificently terrifying performance as a really, really mean mom in Precious.
In the end, she faced the tragedy “magnificently,” in the words of Tony Blair.
The movement was magnificently managed; Grant believed it to be a complete surprise, as Lee had offered no opposition.
Her eyes challenged him magnificently, mostly out of sheer nervousness.
These were magnificently furnished, the walls being covered with rich velvet hangings.
I there saw a bunch of "willow-herb" magnificently modelled.
It was Clancy's turn to color, and she did so magnificently.
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).