Definition of 'majestic'
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The majestic mountains were all around us. The Sun (2012)Seeing these majestic and beautiful creatures in their natural habitat was one of the most moving and incredible experiences of my life. The Sun (2016)And they're not great majestic creatures with vast wings. Christianity Today (2000)The style is simple, the view majestic. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tigers are such beautiful, majestic creatures. The Sun (2007)It is a hideously ugly place, looming out of a vast plain next to majestic mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And you'll often get a majestic view for good measure. The Sun (2008)And there a majestic view - surely a hundred miles stretching before us. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Birds of prey are majestic creatures but they are potentially dangerous, especially when owned by inexperienced people. The Sun (2012)A wilderness of mountains formed the majestic backdrop. The Friendship: Wordsworth and Coleridge (2006)DRAGONS are mystical creatures of majestic proportions but just a myth aren't they? The Sun (2011)For it, too, so very nearly became something more majestic. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It has to be the octogenarian pianist's majestic performance at the Barbican. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is a majestic, elegant creature, born to roam the fields. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'd definitely plan a couple of nights here to breathe in the mountain air and drink in the majestic landscapes. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Something free, majestic, wise. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Track lengths have been kept fairly pithy, so it is digestible, while maintaining the atmosphere of something sweeping and majestic. The Sun (2011)Much of the moor is open, but this stretch of river rolls, twists and turns through a landscape of majestic woodland. Times, Sunday Times (2006)SHE is tall, majestic, strikingly beautiful. The Sun (2007)
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British English: majestic ADJECTIVE
If you describe something or someone as majestic, you think they are very beautiful, dignified, and impressive.
...a majestic country home.
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