Definition of Magnific:
proud, epic, august, highfalutin, Homeric, royal, magnificent, grandiose, splendid, aureate, superb, gallant, high-sounding, regal, grandiloquent, stately, heroic, baronial, noble, florid, big, glorious, lordly, imperial, sublime, ornate, purple, massive, princely, monumental, imposing, high-flown, good, majestic, grand, rhetorical.
- "The Emigrant Mechanic and Other Tales In Verse Together With Numerous Songs Upon Canadian Subjects", Thomas Cowherd.
The other seems A bearded sage, ungentle in his mien, And sordid all his habit; peevish Want Grins at his heels, while down the gazing throng He stalks, resounding in magnific praise 140 The vanity of riches, the contempt Of pomp and power.- "Poetical Works of Akenside", Mark Akenside.
One magnific pall Mantled in massive fold and fall His head, and coiled in snaky swathes About His feet; night's black, that bathes All else, broke, grizzled with despair, Against the soul of blackness there.- "Robert Browning", Edward Dowden.