Splendid in a sentence

Definition of Splendid

Possessing or displaying splendor; shining; very bright | Showy; magnificent; sumptuous; pompous | brilliant, excellent, of a very high standard

How to use Splendid in a Sentence?

  • For in one of the gardens large clumps of splendid scarlet cloves caught my eye.
  • We had been netting a deep dub just below a stone bridge, and were about to land a splendid haul.
  • She had a delicately curved nose; splendid teeth, too, and showed them when she smiled.
  • The King was delighted and offered him a splendid escort, but he asked only for a good horse.
  • The King, with presents of rich jewels and a splendid escort, met them on the way to the palace.
  • Earnings from other sources are of such a favorable character as to enable a splendid showing to be made by the company.
  • At the end of eight years the extensive and splendid buildings were finished and the whole town improved.
  • I was perfectly clear that life was a various and splendid disorder of forces that the spirit of man sets itself to tame.
  • The open postern gate seemed to him suddenly to lead down the great thoroughfare of a new and splendid life.
  • We talked of the splendid world of men that might grow out of such unpaid and ill-paid work as we were setting our faces to do.
  • A child would mistake the coachman for a prince, so splendid does he look in his gold embroidered coat.
  • I glimpse for a bewildering instant the heights that may be scaled, the splendid enterprises made possible.
  • That sense of largeness came to me then, and it has come to me since, again and again, a splendid intimation or a splendid vanity.
  • In the dusk of a late autumn afternoon a splendid "pot" shot was sometimes had at a bunch of partridges just gathered for the night.
  • In appearance he was a splendid type of a northern yeoman, his face fringed with silvery hair, and cut in the finest features.
  • It was stopped before it had flown many yards, and proved to be a handsome cock Capercailzie in splendid plumage.
  • It told of his busy hours in the city and referred to Vincent as a splendid help in introducing him among the motion picture supply men.
  • A hall, rather contracted, but sumptuous in its furnishings, opened on a series of drawing-rooms absolutely splendid with gilt and satin.
  • My mule was a splendid white creature, with a scarlet bridle, and a rich carpet spread over the wooden Turkish saddle.
  • This splendid ornament had formerly contained the portrait of the late Sultan, who had given it to the Pasha.
  • Shining its stars, Splendid its bars, Under the sunshine 'tis gleaming.
  • We formed romantic friendships with one another, and grieved more or less convincingly that there were no splendid women fit to be our companions in the world.
  • Big Tom was a splendid specimen of the human animal, tall, broad shouldered, thick chested, and he had the strength of a giant.

Short Example Sentence for Splendid

  • What a splendid success she has had!
  • It sapped his splendid vitality as well.
  • A splendid morning, my lord!
  • It was a splendid morning, full of clouds and sunshine.
  • The boys had a splendid time at Fairlands.
  • I saw the splendid Hickman in his old age.
  • Fortunately, I was in splendid physical condition.
  • Her entertainments soon were among the most splendid in the city.
  • All our splendid projects were thickset with the first personal pronoun.
  • In a few moments she was back again, with a splendid pumpkin.
  • A mere sensualist knows nothing of the delights of a splendid metropolis.
  • His splendid career began to the eye of the world at sixty-five.
  • This was Tecumsch's splendid plan.
  • No one but a gaunt heron objected to our fishing, and we made a splendid haul.
  • The Pasha on this occasion wore an unusually splendid costume.
  • Even Stefan Nikolai had never given her anything as splendid as this.
  • Frankly, I think it would be a splendid thing for Stephen to do.

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