Definition of splendiferous in English:

splendiferous

Line breaks: splen|dif¦er|ous
Pronunciation: /splɛnˈdɪf(ə)rəs
 
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adjective

informal , humorous
Splendid: a splendiferous Sunday dinner
More example sentences
  • Dozens of copies of the paper were sent via TNT, the courier, to arrive in time for a splendiferous dinner and prize-giving.
  • After about an hour or so my super splendiferous friend Beverly came along to help.
  • My Spice of Life award goes to the Bhutanese delegates, who looked simply splendiferous in their native costume, a shortened quasikimono with knee-high black socks and loafers.

Origin

mid 19th century: formed irregularly from splendour.

Derivatives

splendiferously

adverb
More example sentences
  • Barely had they settled in their seats when on stage sprung Christy Bannon splendiferously decked out as Joe Dolan.
  • Here are just a few of many wonderful, splendiferously loving things you can do to make all aspects of your tiny tiger's life - and yours, too!
  • I just deleted them, and now FF is working splendiferously.

splendiferousness

noun
More example sentences
  • Romantic or touching moments are cued with swelling music, unbelievably swelling music that bulges and finally erupts from your speakers to reach a peak of splendiferousness.
  • The important thing is that you've been won over to the splendiferousness of the Decemberists.
  • The snack size Rolo has three chocolate cylindrical trapezoids of caramel-infused splendiferousness wrapped in the classic gold foil and brown paper sheathing.

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