Magnificent appearance or display; grandeur.(noun)
Something grand or magnificent.(noun)
Great fame; glory.(noun)
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Use "splendor" in a sentence
"Yet the splendor is the authenticity of each fluid stage of his development, which is no small task."
"This brilliant wheel, justly called a splendor, is attached to a conical cap on the head of the dancer, held by a ribbon or kerchief tied under the chin."
"The picture postcard view of The Greenbrier resort's white hotel facade offset with tulips in spring splendor is gone, replaced by cranes, dust and construction workers in a dash to finish an underground casino beneath what used to be the front lawn."