Greatness or lavishness of surroundings; splendor.(noun)
Grand or imposing beauty.(noun)
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Use "magnificence" in a sentence
"Shorthorn harem, and the Shorthorn harems of bulls that were only little less than King Polo in magnificence and record; and Parkman, the Jersey manager, was on hand, with staffed assistants, to parade Sensational"
"Arising from the mist of a lake's memory, a glorious, colorful canopy of magnificence is being readied for its introduction."
"Ibsen's magnificence is hard to put across: the drama opens in a drawing room and ends in a howling waste."