Magnificent and Noble

Magnificent

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Magnificent adjective – Large and impressive in size, grandeur, extent, or conception.
Usage example: a magnificent mansion that still takes away the breath of visitors

Noble is a synonym for magnificent in glorious topic. In some cases you can use "Noble" instead the word "Magnificent" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like characterisitc, splendid, big, sumptuous. popular alternative
Nearby Word: magnificence
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Noble

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Noble adjective – Having, characterized by, or arising from a dignified and generous nature.
Usage example: our country was founded on the noble ideas that are put forth in the Founding Fathers' writings

Magnificent is a synonym for noble in dignified topic. You can use "Magnificent" instead an adjective "Noble", if it concerns topics such as characterisitc, big, excellent, grand. popular alternative
Nearby Words: nobility, nobleness, nobly
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Things that words describes

death magnificent death noble death
example magnificent example noble example
prince magnificent prince noble prince
father magnificent father noble father
Other nouns: creatures.

Both words in one sentence

  • The final confrontation between them though showed just which one was truly magnificent Tobias, who in the end also made a noble sacrifice, perhaps taking away some of the 'bastard'.
  • Self-Made Man Born a minor noble on some backwater world, he clawed his way to Senator, Chancellor, and eventually got voted in to be galactic Emperor through trickery, deceit, and magnificent bastardry.
    Source: Self-Made Man
  • Prehistoric Monster Among the latter, Compsognathus is translated in "pretty jaw", Kritosaurus means "noble lizard", Thescelosaurus "handsome lizard", Avimimus portentosus is the "magnificent bird-imitator", Saichania (an ankylosaur) means "beautiful", and so on.
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