Grandeur

Definition of Grandeur

Gran´deur
n.1.The state or quality of being grand; vastness; greatness; splendor; magnificence; stateliness; sublimity; dignity; elevation of thought or expression; nobility of action.
Nor doth this grandeur and majestic show
Of luxury . . . allure mine eye.
- Milton.

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Babylonian splendor, ampleness, amplitude, augustness, bigness, broadness, bulk, capaciousness, comprehensiveness, consequence, conspicuousness, copiousness, courtliness, dignifiedness, dignity, elaborateness, elegance, elevation, eminence, enormity, enormousness, exaltation, excellence, expanse, expansiveness, extensiveness, formidableness, fullness, generousness, gigantism, glory, gorgeousness, grandiosity, grandness, gravity, great scope, greatness, high mightiness, hugeness, immensity, importance, imposingness, impressiveness, infinity, intensity, kingliness, largeness, lavishness, loftiness, lordliness, luxuriousness, luxury, magnificence, magnitude, mark, might, mightiness, muchness, nobility, nobleness, notability, note, outstandingness, plenitude, plushness, pomp, poshness, power, pride of bearing, pride of place, princeliness, prodigiousness, profundity, prominence, proud bearing, proudness, regality, ritziness, sedateness, significance, sobriety, solemnity, spaciousness, splendidness, splendiferousness, splendor, state, stateliness, strength, stupendousness, sublimity, sumptuousness, supereminence, tallness, tremendousness, vastness, venerability, wideness, worthiness
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