from The Century Dictionary.
- In a splendid manner.
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- adverb In a splendid manner; magnificently.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb in an impressively beautiful manner
- adverb extremely well
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Seeing the video from the Balderas Metro (Station) shows you that there are still heroes in splendidly miserable Mexico City.
I'm going to have to think about my lost book, but my candidate for flawed female character that I think works splendidly is Carol O'Connell's Mallory.
Sir Keith Joseph, a key figure in those days, coined the splendidly barmy slogan "patios for all", and exhorted his colleagues to help with "cheering people up, making them laugh and keeping them that way".
One man received a sword splendidly decorated with gems upon its scabbard and hilt.
This is a waste space of grass and a few trees, and here the children play, and here, recently, a football ground -- or campo di giuoco -- has been laid out, with a galvanized iron and pitch-pine shed called splendidly the Tribuna.
'Dolores, my little girl' -- he always called the splendidly? proportioned young woman 'my little girl' -- 'I'm puzzled.
I remember its interior when it was the residence of its noble owner and his family, and I recall the splendidly furnished rooms, the riding school, and the gardens.
The effect of this ceremonial was for some quarter of an hour afterwards perfectly paralyzing on the neighbours, and was much enhanced by the worthy lady airing herself for that term in a kind of splendidly serene trance on the top step.
Captain told her so "splendidly" that her mother was good.
We hear that your husband preached "splendidly," as of course we knew he would, and the next exchange I shall be there to hear as well as to see.