Splendidly



adjective
1.
gorgeous; magnificent; sumptuous.
Synonyms: luxurious, dazzling, imposing.
Antonyms: squalid.
2.
grand; superb, as beauty.
Synonyms: majestic, elegant, first-rate.
3.
distinguished or glorious, as a name, reputation, victory, etc.
Synonyms: renowned, famed, famous, illustrious, eminent, conspicuous, celebrated, remarkable, brilliant; noble.
Antonyms: ordinary, unremarkable, mediocre; ignoble.
4.
strikingly admirable or fine:
splendid talents.
Antonyms: modest, poor.
5.
excellent, fine, or very good:
to have a splendid time.
6.
brilliant in appearance, color, etc.
Antonyms: dull, drab.
adjective
1.
brilliant or fine, esp in appearance
2.
characterized by magnificence; imposing
3.
glorious or illustrious: a splendid reputation
4.
brightly gleaming; radiant: her splendid face, splendid colours
5.
very good or satisfactory: a splendid time

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