Spell check of magnificence
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the quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand
largeness, expansiveness, extensiveness, generosity, hugeness, voluminousness, bulk, greatness, comprehensiveness, grandeur, ampleness, copiousness, spaciousness, bigness, capaciousness.
splendor, impressiveness, brilliance, splendour, grandeur, grandness.
Examples of usage:
Dolph gazed about him in mute delight and wonder, at these scenes of magnificence.
nature's - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.
The last scenes of consciousness, however, rushed too forcibly, with all their horrors, to her mind to be doubted, and she turned shuddering from the recollection, to gaze once more on the quiet and serene magnificence around her.
- "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.
In magnificence of internal decoration, Chicago can already challenge the world: for instance, in the white marble vestibule and corridors of The Rookery, and the noble hall of the Illinois Trust Bank.
- "America To-day, Observations and Reflections", William Archer.
- magnificance (53%)
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- magnifigance (4%)
- maginificence (4%)
- magnifecence (3%)
- magnificant (3%)
- magnificience (3%)
- magnificents (3%)
- magnifcence (3%)
- magnifience (3%)
- magnifisance (3%)
- magnifcant (1%)
- magnificint (1%)
- magnificants (1%)
- mangnificent (1%)
- magnifcent (1%)
- magnifique (1%)
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