magnific

adjective mag·nif·ic \ mag-ˈni-fik \

Definition of magnific

1 : magnificent 2
2 : imposing in size or dignity
  • a magnific temple
3 a : sublime, exalted
b : characterized by grandiloquence : pompous
  • commenced the conversation in the most magnific style
  • —S. T. Coleridge

magnifical

play \-fi-kəl\ adjective

magnifically

play \-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of magnific in a Sentence

  1. his letter to me was written in such a magnific style that I half wondered if he had penned it with a quill

  2. the pyramids at Giza remain among the most magnific edifices the world has ever seen

Origin and Etymology of magnific

Middle French magnifique, from Latin magnificus



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