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splendid

splen·did

splendid

 
pronunciation:
splen dihd
part of speech: adjective
definition 1: magnificent, grand, or the like; impressive.
They sat down to a splendid feast.The ballroom was splendid with its glittering candelabra and marble columns.
synonyms:
gorgeous, grand, impressive, magnificent, majestic, regal, splendiferous, splendorous
antonyms:
unimpressive
similar words:
awesome, beautiful, brave, brilliant, gallant, glorious, golden, grandiose, imposing, marvelous, palatial, proud, resplendent, rich, royal, stately, sublime, superb, surpassing, wicked
definition 2: outstanding or superb; excellent.
She is a splendid pianist.They did a splendid job remodeling the kitchen.
synonyms:
excellent, great, outstanding, super, superb
antonyms:
unimpressive
similar words:
bully, dynamite, exceptional, extraordinary, famous, fine, first-class, first-rate, magnificent, marvelous, mean, nonpareil, out of sight, peerless, sublime, superior, superlative, terrific, wicked, wonderful
derivations: splendidly (adv.), splendidness (n.)