wonderful, splendid, glorious, excellent
Trained in Paris and with an impressive celebrity roster, he is magnifique.
His house in the Green had a front like Devonshire House, and was magnifique.
"magnifique," says the girl, cutting the word off with a squeak.
This room of mine in which I now am sitting is magnifique, my dear Joan; seriously, a very good room.
But it is not far—save in the judgment of fashion—from the magnifique to Danes Inn, and the horse moved at a good trot.
A generation ago, when American fruit-growing was in the hands of connoisseurs, magnifique was more popular than now.
The Frenchman looked as though he did not quite understand her, but he said that it would be magnifique.
magnifique, in truth, must be our school, when the French can condescend to speak of it in such language!
Gibault, after gazing for a few minutes, sighed out something that sounded like magnifique!
magnifique was placed upon the fruit list of the American Pomological Society in 1852 where it has since remained.