majestically majestically  /mə ˈdʒɛ stɪ kə li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a majestic manner

Usage(s):

  1. But here, just nine years after Hiroshima, Gojira is a political metaphor that roars majestically to life.
  2. The play's conceit is to have actors playing the horses wearing wire masks and rising majestically on similarly constructed hoof-like platform shoes.

News

  1. Residents rally for Flag Day

    dThe mood was festive and somber as the Flag Day ceremony prepared to start. With the old flag, ready to be retired, still waving majestically, cars drove by honking their horns in honor and one man rode by on his bicycle cheering “USA! USA!...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Porterville Recorder

  2. Mister Thrift: Being cheap for a cause

    Renee Hansen/Senior Staff Writer A bell chimes a charming tune as a father and his young, pony-tailed daughter walk through the doors. The owner doesn’t miss a beat, making his way from the register toward the visitors, dodging the antique grandfather clock standing majestically by the front counter. “Do you want to pick out a [...]
    on June 14, 2013     Source: North Texas Daily

Quotes

  1. "Though we had the privilege to visit the previous air show, the two-year gap is a long wait to see these man-made birds fly again at such amazing speeds, taking off majestically and land smoothly after performing in solo and different formations...
    on Feb 11, 2007 By: Dr Rajkumar Source: Telugu Portal

  2. Dennis said: "He responded majestically, however, and scored another fabulous win. Heikki was troubled by oversteer in his first stint, which we attempted to correct at his first stop, but he still struggled a little in his next stint. That being...
    on Jul 21, 2008 By: Ron Dennis Source: Comet 24

  3. "I have pointed out to the rest of the team that the World Cup is long since over," added Ballack. "There is certainly this impression that we have not been playing as majestically as we did in our first few qualifying games, so I made it...
    on Mar 25, 2008 By: Michael Ballack Source: Guardian

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