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Magnificent vs. Munificent

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Magnificentadjective

Grand, elegant or splendid in appearance.

Munificentadjective

(of a person or group) Very liberal in giving or bestowing.

Magnificentadjective

Grand or noble in action.

Munificentadjective

(of a gift, donation, etc.) Very generous; lavish.

Magnificentadjective

Exceptional for its kind.

Munificentadjective

Very liberal in giving or bestowing; lavish; as, a munificent benefactor.

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Magnificentadjective

Doing grand things; admirable in action; displaying great power or opulence, especially in building, way of living, and munificence.

‘A prince is never so magnificentAs when he's sparing to enrich a fewWith the injuries of many.’;

Munificentadjective

very generous;

‘distributed gifts with a lavish hand’; ‘the critics were lavish in their praise’; ‘a munificent gift’; ‘his father gave him a half-dollar and his mother a quarter and he thought them munificent’; ‘prodigal praise’; ‘unsparing generosity’; ‘his unstinted devotion’; ‘called for unstinting aid to Britain’;

Magnificentadjective

Grand in appearance; exhibiting grandeur or splendor; splendid; pompous.

‘When Rome's exalted beauties I descryMagnificent in piles of ruin lie.’;

Magnificentadjective

characterized by or attended with brilliance or grandeur;

‘the brilliant court life at Versailles’; ‘a glorious work of art’; ‘magnificent cathedrals’; ‘the splendid coronation ceremony’;

Magnificentadjective

extremely beautiful, elaborate, or impressive

‘a dramatic landscape of magnificent mountains’;

Magnificentadjective

very good; excellent

‘she paid tribute to their magnificent efforts’;

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