Examples of magnificence in a Sentence
the magnificence of the great castle hallway is beyond description
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The three volcanic islands 62 miles west of San Blas, Nayarit are known for the magnificence of their ecosystems.
One thing that endures is the magnificence of the entire building — inside and out.
Serafino briefs me on her process: imagining the human body as a series of hills and valleys (an apt metaphor, considering the scale and magnificence of her subject) and lighting and shading them as such.
Every four years, athletes scrape the grime and graft off of the Olympics, and restore them to magnificence.
Stephanie Hinz lives in Fort Yukon, Alaska: You are reminded of the magnificence of our universe: a full moon, bright enough to read by; satellites slowly making their way across the sky.
Truly, there may not be another festival that presents techno's brooding magnificence on such a massive scale.
Its magnificence was a betrayal of all that was humble and hidden about the place.
For such magnificence to depend for its future on being instagrammable seems to offend against dignity.
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Origin and Etymology of magnificence
augustness, brilliance, gloriousness, glory, gorgeousness, grandeur, grandness, majesty, nobility, nobleness, resplendence, resplendency, splendidness, splendiferousness, splendor, stateliness, stupendousness, sublimeness, superbness;
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