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Definition of "majestical" [ma•jes•tic•al]

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Use "majestical" in a sentence
  • "The intermingled sable and silver of the armed, "majestical" ghost link him with England's lost dark/fair consensus, and with its militant reemergence in the alliance of persecuted Catholics and Puritans under tolerationist Essex."
  • "My dear Friend, -- I am very much obliged to you for the _two_ copies of your poem, so beautifully printed, with such 'majestical' types, on such 'magnifical' paper, as to be almost worthy of Baskett himself."
  • "Next morning the astronomer came again to see Mr. Greatrackes, who had "a kind of majestical yet affable presence, and a composed carriage.""