Magnificently [adverb]

Definition of Magnificently:

very well

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Sentence/Example of Magnificently:

Consider the magnificent career Rodgers has had and realize that he’s still grinding for a second championship.

Heather Tarr, the magnificent softball coach at the University of Washington, told me once at the end of a regular season, “I hope the year has taught us enough about ourselves.”

It wasn’t Hubble or Spitzer or Kepler, and it might never be something so magnificent.

It’s the most magnificent chess game to identify and tailor immigration strategies that best fit their unique situation, priorities and timing.

A chair can look magnificent, but if you can’t sit on it, it isn’t a very good chair.

Certainly Gurickx played magnificently, and with a brio I have rarely heard equalled.

The King had his young daughter very magnificently christened by Archbishop Cranmer.

Dresses magnificently, gives wonderful parties, and always has the last new thing.

The rowers, magnificently apparelled, and the crew were under the command of a prior of the order of the Knights of Rhodes.

It is one of the largest and most magnificently furnished in Europe.