In doing so the clever native of Cologne never failed to draw brilliant pictures of the splendour of the imperial court.
I said, that I should not be affected by the splendour of even a royal title.
Hence the splendour of the tombs of the prelates erected during their lifetime.
In our performance it was Mounet-Sully, in all the splendour of his talent, who played Hernani.
Mortal eye could not bear the splendour, and he stood 'as stylle as dased quayle'.
Enthusiasm bore him up—he was going to his death in all the splendour of his dream.
For the splendour of the Elizabethan age, which is always spoken of as a sunrise, was in many ways a sunset.
She had caught a glimpse of its splendour upon the night after her return from Winchester.
Don't be afraid of splendour of effect; nothing is more brilliant, nothing more radiant than nature.
Her eyes were dazzled by the splendour which glittered at Versailles.