adjective, grand·er, grand·est.
noun, plural grands for 13, grand for 14.
Words nearby grand
Origin of grand
SYNONYMS FOR grand
OTHER WORDS FROM grandgrand·ly, adverbgrand·ness, nounun·grand, adjective
Examples from the Web for grandness
Trees of great magnitude give a grandness of character to any landscape, but especially to river scenery.
It's good to have grandness somewhere, or else nobody would have any place to stretch in.The Other Girls|Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney
He did not want anything to occur to spoil the grandness of his proposed spread.The Putnam Hall Rivals|Arthur M. Winfield
A dark silhouette, large and long, an image of grandness in immensity—thus appeared the Queen of the Sudan.
The grandness of nature there has influenced the imaginations of the people.A Danish Parsonage|John Fulford Vicary