Yes, he ran a magnificent, vicious, and effective campaign, one to be studied by political masterminds for generations.
She subsequently devoted her life to writing—publishing 12 books—and looking after their magnificent home, Chatsworth House.
The magnificent Rampling has the gravitas and the poker face necessary to pull off the mysterious role.
The museum does a magnificent job of making that point—no matter how much you might disagree with the outcome of the decisions.
“There was a magnificent opportunity here,” says Barbara in voiceover.
But her gowns, which are still preserved, are of magnificent stuffs.
If he should do so, the law would compel him to return her magnificent dowry.
It is so magnificent that every other thing of the sort is quite lost in the comparison.
Solomon, the Wise, decided to provide them with a magnificent home.
Dick watched the magnificent spectacle with thrilling pride.
mid-15c., from Old French magnificent, a back-formation from Latin magnificentior, comparative of magnificus "great, elevated, noble, distinguished," literally "doing great deeds" (see magnificence).