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  • n  a person of distinguished rank or appearance

  • Jay Cooke I was a 19th-Century magnifico, and looked it.
  • Triple-chinned Diego Rivera's habitual garrulity was reduced to a murmured "magnifico, magnifico" as he passed from picture to picture.
  • Market maestro-magnifico-Im just a greedy Wall Street con man and nobody loves me-Hes just a Wall Street con man with an Ivy League pedigree-Spare him his life from Chapter 11 .

  • Peter Reid in Bangkok Post
    Following a good display by a French goalkeeper in a match some years ago Reid commented: "Magnifico, or whatever they say in Paris."
  • Lorenzo de Medici in Bloomberg
    De Beatis described the subject of this as "a certain Florentine lady, done from life at the instigation of the late Magnifico Giuliano de' Medici."

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