splendid

Looking truly magnificent today? Then someone (probably British) might stop you to say "Wow! You look splendid, darling!" Thanks the person, because splendid means glorious, fabulous, wonderful, and/or splendiferous.

Use the adjective splendid to describe something of the highest quality. If you're so lucky as to have someone buy you, say, a Harry Winston diamond, splendid! But splendid doesn't apply only to expensive items such as jewelry, clothing, or art. You can also have a splendid idea, morning walk, or encounter with an old friend. For some, using Splenda in their coffee instead of sugar is, for them, well, splendid!

Definitions of splendid
  1. adjective
    characterized by grandeur
    “the splendid coronation ceremony”
    synonyms: brilliant, glorious, magnificent
    impressive
    making a strong or vivid impression
  2. adjective
    having great beauty and splendor
    splendid costumes”
    synonyms: glorious, resplendent, splendiferous
    beautiful
    delighting the senses or exciting intellectual or emotional admiration
  3. adjective
    very good;of the highest quality
    synonyms: excellent, fantabulous, first-class
    superior
    of high or superior quality or performance
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