And Prince Harry was a splendid mix of military dash and tousled ease.
In July 2008, Frank Bruni of The New York Times gave Oceana a resounding 3-star review, saying “desserts as a whole are splendid.”
That, astonishingly, is a typical entry in this splendid literary tapestry.
The Lights have expanded on the photographs and added a splendid written commentary.
Jeni's Ice Cream 'splendid Holiday' Pint Collection, $48 at Jeni's 7.
There's a splendid side to that poor lad's nature, if you but knew it.
One excellence of the splendid Shilling is, that it is short.
Portia is a splendid creature, radiant with confidence, hope, and joy.
Where were the splendid fleets which were to have battered the English defence into impotence?
"That's a splendid idea," cried Mollie, overjoyed at the notion.
1620s, probably a shortening of earlier splendidious (early 15c.), from Latin splendidus "magnificent, brilliant," from splendere "be bright, shine, gleam, glisten," from PIE *(s)plend- "bright" (cf. Lithuanian splendziu "I shine," Middle Irish lainn "bright"). An earlier form was splendent (late 15c.).