grandly grandly  /ˈɡrænd li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a grand manner

Usage(s):

  1. Maurice Kogode is the chairman of the grandly named Central Square Consultation Forum, which meets beneath a vast jacaranda tree.
  2. He gestures grandly, like an orchestra conductor, at the view: snow clouds roiling down from the crags, avalanche tracks, man-eating crevasses ribbing the glacier.
  3. When it dawned on MacArthur that he too was being abandoned, he spoke grandly of his destiny.

News

  • RONDA RICH: Anyone can be steps away from misfortune

    Anyone can be one step away from misfortune. It happened in Memphis. A lot of history and interesting stuff occurs in that magical city that sits grandly on the Mississippi River. Elvis held court there, the blues grew up there and barbecue is queen. Elvis, of course, is still king
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Newton Citizen

Quotes

  1. Betancourt told Colombian army radio on Wednesday that "they got us out grandly" and not a shot was fired.
    on Jul 2, 2008 By: Ingrid Betancourt Source: Forbes

  2. "If you stand still long enough, God reveals himself," Butterfield said. "He revealed himself grandly today. I have a strong faith and it's times like that when I'm so appreciative. I feel blessed to be where I'm at. I hope he revealed...
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: Brian Butterfield Source: Toronto Sun

  3. "This is a club that thinks grandly," said McGuire at the announcement of Collingwood re-signing Malthouse until 2011 and then having Buckley take over as coach in 2012. "It's a club that decides to put itself out there at times to take...
    on Jul 28, 2009 By: Eddie McGuire Source: Real Footy

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