Having or showing lofty dignity or nobility; stately. See Synonyms at grand.(adjective)
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Use "majestic" in a sentence
"Yet the more profound loss for integrative medicine is Berwick's promotion of what he called the "majestic thing" known as Obamacare."
"Every time I hear or read about QE, my association is with the Queen Elizabeth oceanliner, which plowed the Atlantic in majestic splendor."
"Canadian Silver Bug said ... majestic is slow to lower prices on the way down but rarely let the premium go over 1.75, today for example the price is 13.64 US and 15 at majestic which I think is quite fair, the 1 oz premium is 3 at scotia and up to 5 for maples."