Magnificent and Rare


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Magnificent adjective – Large and impressive in size, grandeur, extent, or conception.
Rare and magnificent are semantically related in better topic. In some cases you can use "Rare" instead an adjective "Magnificent".
Nearby Word: magnificence
Synonyms for Magnificent


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Rare adjective – Being out of the ordinary.
Magnificent and rare are semantically related in better topic. Sometimes you can use "Magnificent" instead an adjective "Rare".
Nearby Words: rarity, rarely, rareness
Synonyms for Rare

Things that words describes

power magnificent power rare power
type magnificent type rare type
moment magnificent moment rare moment
case magnificent case rare case
Other nouns: example, sight, subversion, gems, examples, moments.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Love And War Bookworm: Sigmund Regale, Lavie's father, who has a magnificent library and also collects rare books.
  • A Magnificent Bastard will have many of these, or sometimes all of them in some rare cases.
  • Godzilla Threshold On the rare occasion it works, it can be magnificent: a Division III college football game ended with one team making 15 laterals on the final play to win the game.
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