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majestic

Syllabification: ma·jes·tic
Pronunciation: /məˈjestik
 
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Definition of majestic in English:

adjective

Having or showing impressive beauty or dignity: watching majestic eagles soar along the Mississippi
More example sentences
  • This year still have ample reason to believe in that majestic beauty of the beat.
  • The majestic beauty of its rugged mountains and the simple way of life are a major drawcard.
  • The thin lips of his closed mouth and his stout body give the impression of majestic mercy.
Synonyms
statuesque, Olympian, imposing, marvelous, sonorous, resounding, heroic

Derivatives

majestically

1
Pronunciation: /-(ə)lē/
adverb
Example sentences
  • The well-known overture opened dramatically, with the orchestra majestically in situ on a balcony above the action.
  • This is how the Star Spangled Banner was meant to be flown, on the end of a pole of its own, free to wave majestically in our own free air.
  • Not the world's largest fire you understand, no flames leaping majestically into the summer sky, but smoking away happily all the same.

Words that rhyme with majestic

domestic

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