Tell that to the nearby pandas, happily ensconced with their bamboo, magnificently ignoring everything.
But he is positively notorious as the coauthor of a book boasting a magnificently mistaken title: Dow 36,000.
It ended, magnificently, in a shoot-out between the women in a fairground hall of mirrors.
Ditto for Mo'Nique for her magnificently terrifying performance as a really, really mean mom in Precious.
In the end, she faced the tragedy “magnificently,” in the words of Tony Blair.
The movement was magnificently managed; Grant believed it to be a complete surprise, as Lee had offered no opposition.
These were all saddled, bridled, and magnificently caparisoned.
These were magnificently furnished, the walls being covered with rich velvet hangings.
His sister was magnificently gowned, and far more beautiful than before.
It was Clancy's turn to color, and she did so magnificently.
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).