Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Like a magnifico: same as magnific.
“Very seldome do the state of Venice send any Ambassador otherwise, then enforced of vrgent necessity: but in stead thereof keepe their Agent, president ouer other Marchants of them termed a bailife, who hath none allowance of the Grand Signior, although his port and state is in maner as magnifical as the other aforesaid”
“Others, that they may colourably and cunningly hide their grosse ignorance, when they know not the cause of the disease, referre it unto charmes, witchcrafts, magnifical incantations and sorcerie.”
“God must be 'exceeding magnifical,' and they think so must this be.”
“My dear Friend, -- I am very much obliged to you for the _two_ copies of your poem, so beautifully printed, with such 'majestical' types, on such 'magnifical' paper, as to be almost worthy of Baskett himself.”
“London awaiting his cowardly and shameful execution the next day at the hands of that miserable James I., writing to his beloved wife, with a piece of coal, because they even denied him pen and ink, face to face with death, he yet observed a calm and noble language that is truly magnifical -- to use the old Bible word.”
“At Harrow the brightness and colour of our School-Chapel struck my untutored eye as "exceeding magnifical"; and the early celebrations in the Parish”
“I felt well-nigh inclined to lout [courtesy] me low unto this magnifical gentleman, rather than take him by the hand and kiss him.”
“Then _Nell_ to read a chapter from Master Doctor _Luther_ his magnifical commentary: and by the mass, I was glad it was not me.”
“The stately shafts and polished corners, the sculptured chapiters, and elaborate grace of the house, which was "exceeding magnifical," filled his eye and soul with forms of beauty, and suggestions of more than visible perfection.”
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