But anyone wanting the splendor and sordidness of the Renaissance will not be disappointed.
I had already read the books, but after the TV show came out, I was amazed by the splendor of the costumes.
We all remember the trailer: a glittering, era-transcending piece of Baz Luhrman splendor.
This book is a treatise on the uniqueness and splendor of the culinary traditions of southwestern France.
In 1961, she starred in West Side Story and splendor in the Grass.
By the splendor of God, you would die ten thousand deaths before!
The splendor had gone from the grass—the glory from the flower.
The rock was entirely free from foliage, and nothing obscured the splendor of the landscape below.
It lacked for naught in splendor; it was a day for Cyprus and for Nikosia.
Marie Louise lived but a few years to enjoy the love of her husband and the splendor of her rank.