Origin of magnificent
SYNONYMS FOR magnificent
ANTONYMS FOR magnificent
Related formsmag·nif·i·cent·ly, adverbmag·nif·i·cent·ness, nounsu·per·mag·nif·i·cent, adjectivesu·per·mag·nif·i·cent·ly, adverb
Can be confusedmagnificent munificent
Examples from the Web for magnificently
Then McQueen, who can come across as quite intense and dour, magnificently, jumped up and down.The Changing Color of the Oscars: '12 Years A Slave' Makes History|Tim Teeman|March 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Tell that to the nearby pandas, happily ensconced with their bamboo, magnificently ignoring everything.
It ended, magnificently, in a shoot-out between the women in a fairground hall of mirrors.
This clip of Margaret Thatcher magnificently expresses the confident purpose of the conservatism of the 1980s.We Need a Visionary Like Margaret Thatcher for our 21st Century Challenges|David Frum|April 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What Warhol gives us is magnificently imponderable, as normal things (such as urinals) are in the world.
We both felt that since you were getting along so magnificently with the girls, it was better that way for a while.Prudence of the Parsonage|Ethel Hueston
The address turned out to be very large indeed and most magnificently coloured.General John Regan|George A. Birmingham
They presented themselves at the Louvre, magnificently dressed in silk, velvet, and embroidery.Chicot the Jester|Alexandre Dumas, Pere
This I say in no disparagement of our cavalry, who have done so magnificently.The German War|Arthur Conan Doyle
Among them shone conspicuous a youthful beauty, magnificently attired, to whom all seemed to pay reverence.