Definition of magnificent :
1. Doing grand things; admirable in action; displaying great power or opulence, especially in building, way of living, and munificence.
2. Grand in appearance; exhibiting grandeur or splendor; splendid' pompous.
superb, singular, uncommon, first-class, exalted, splendorous, fantabulous, gallant, rare, magnific, unusual, respected, monumental, sublime, beautiful, splendiferous, proud, outstanding, admirable, epic, extraordinary, enviable, glorious, standout, remarkable, august, kinglike, awe-inspiring, good, imposing, noteworthy, kingly, baronial, vivid, excellent, distinguished, imperial, stately, bright, exceptional, brainy, luxurious, preeminent, gorgeous, praiseworthy, regal, royal, Homeric, usual, radiant, out of sight, better, smart as a whip, munificent, splendid, brilliant, heroic, lordly, sumptuous, commendable, resplendent
large (part of speech: adjective)
extensive, sizable, ample, large, lofty, colossal, soaring, majestic, generous, enormous, big, voluminous, humongous, great, copious, awesome, giant, gargantuan, expansive, baggy, impressive, bulky, capacious, immense, towering, grand, cavernous, mammoth, comprehensive, tremendous, prodigious, roomy, vast, massive, huge, elephantine, gigantic, princely, spacious, grandiose
size (part of speech: adjective)
noble (part of speech: adjective)
- " I hope you do not think that I have got a magnificent army," he wrote to a soldier friend. - "The Story of General Gordon", Jeanie Lang.
- Our men are magnificent in spite of death. - "Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights", Kelly Miller.
- It's a perfectly magnificent face. - "The Gadfly", E. L. Voynich.