splendid : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s having great beauty and splendor
- s very good; of the highest quality
- s characterized by grandeur
the splendid coronation ceremony
- The 27th Chelsea Arts Ball (the first since 1938) was a blockbusterBritain's noisiest, rowdiest and most splendidly raucous big binge since the war.
- If artificial sugar is so splendid, why aren't we thin? Six Rules for Eating Wisely.
- Happy the man, who, void of cares and strife, In silken or in leathern purse retains A splendid shilling.
News & Articles
- Hi, Topanga! It’s Me Again, Jan Moore
I would like to make a correction to the splendid article about Topanga Days by Lon Haber in the May 16-29 issue of the Topanga Messenger (See “40th Annual Topanga Days,” Messenger, Vol 37 No 10, May 16, 2013).
June 13, 2013 - Topanga Messenger
- Glance at the Past
Compiled from the pages of the Advocate-News By Debbie L. Holmer 102 Years Ago June 13, 1911 - The Willits News says that splendid progress is now being made on the construction of the Fort Bragg railroad.
June 13, 2013 - Fort Bragg Advocate-News
- Will Rogers Says
The only way that we know that our civilization has advanced in this country is by our splendid hospitals." - May 11, 1930
June 13, 2013 - Tulsa World
- Frank Langella in Forbes
I am very proud to work among you splendid people,a gracious Langella said.
- Raymond Domenech in BusinessWeek
I have had a splendid adventure for the last six years, good times and bad times,Domenech said at a press conference. "It is impossible to summarize at the moment what has happened. I cannot analyze things yet. I am not concerned about...
- Adriano Galliani in USA Today
We are delighted to see David Beckham back in the red-and-black shirt after his splendid experience last season,AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani said on the club's Web site. "We are sure that this period in Europe will help him...