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- adv. In a majestic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a majestic manner; with majesty; with a lofty air or appearance.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a majestic manner
Mr. PALMER: Well, an example would be when you see an eagle taking off majestically from the top of a mountain.
Prudent; and the "Go-Ahead" rose "majestically" -- an adverb consecrated by custom to all aerostatic ascents.
For instance, several alabasters depict the Trinity, with the crowned and bearded Father majestically robed and enthroned, supporting the crucified Son between his legs, the cross surmounted by the dove representing the Holy Spirit.
Franck's dark-light violin sonata, mysterious, ardent and far more than the sum of its parts when played as majestically as here, forms the centrepiece of this seriously beguiling disc.
On the blog "Groupon the Cat, slouching majestically across a cloud of pure wisdom," doles out wisdom to all the Goupies.
In "La Bella," also called "Woman in a Blue Dress," she stands majestically, a rich, noble woman.
The maple old-fashioned is a perfectly crunchified dough that sits majestically glazed like the snow peaked Mt.
Christ setting free the captives of Limbo, and then in the glory of the Resurrection, majestically turns his torso in similar poses, one arm raised and the other extended.
In a 1973 performance with Cleveland of the song "I Sure Do Love the Lord," Ms. Walker sang "slowly and majestically, sometimes moaning and sometimes soaring joyfully," wrote Post music critic Hollie West.
Some of your favorite writers may not necessarily write all that beautifully and majestically, but they have an interesting personality, strong views, and an ability to connect with you.
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