Definition of "splendors" [splendors]

  • Plural form of splendor. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "splendors" in a sentence
  • "Their splendors were the distilled essence of the tears and agonies of millions of defeated people -- their jewels were drops of blood from the heart of the human race!"
  • "Well do I recall the splendors of that night and the procession of the students to his residence and his stepping out upon the floor of the back piazza -- the cheer after cheer that was given to the dear old man."
  • "Finance, who was building a palace at Vaux greater than the king himself could afford, and who was suddenly swept from this princely residence into the Bastille, where he spent the remaining years of his life with plenty of leisure in which to think upon the forty thousand pounds he had expended upon that fĂȘte he gave in honor of his royal master; and to recall the splendors of the supper and the size of the banqueting-hall, which Mansart, Le Brun, and the best that Italy could furnish at that time had made beautiful."