Neptune sliding out of Pisces takes your delusions of grandeur with it.
So much public sculpture comes off as oversized and overblown – as plop art, with pretensions to grandeur and greatness.
There was I.F. Stone who, forced to strike out on his own, proved the grandeur of the first amendment.
The dresses—their classiness and grandeur--spoke for themselves.
Although they still talk about anxieties and misgivings, these get dwarfed by the grandeur of the moment.
In the midst of all this beauty and grandeur, she was the cynosure of eye and heart.
In certain elements of grandeur none other can compete with it.
The grandeur of this stupendous work is greatly enhanced by the richness and beauty of the adjacent country.
These are the bits of our life which I enjoy; which have some poetry, some grandeur in them.
The grandeur of the achievement was quite beyond the ken of the generation that witnessed it.
c.1500, "loftiness, height," from Middle French grandeur "grandness, greatness," Old French grandor (12c.), from grand "great" (see grand (adj.)). Extended sense of "majesty, stateliness" is first recorded 1660s.