What Spoto discreetly omits from his text is that Kelly found herself ensnared in a splendiferous prison.
The slope of College Hill would be just splendiferous for that!
Did the orbs of splendiferous Sol give a wink as they ranged into reach?
Do you mean that you will let me wear that splendiferous costume?
If she don't want to put on this splendiferous dress again, why it shall not come within a rod of her.
One can only use its author's own word of a sermon by Dean Inge and say it is "splendiferous."
You see, we went out to gather grapes in the wood one day, and we had a splendiferous time.
They seem to be saying 'We were invited—and by this splendiferous creature at our side!'
Others are made up of common roots and grotesque affixes: swelldoodle, splendiferous and peacharino.
I want to write something most splendiferous to-day, and I am sure to find it in your face.
A slap or smack (1958+)
To hit with a smacking sound; slap: I wouldn't be at all concerned that a tomato would splat me in the face (1922+)