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majestic (adj.)

"having dignity of nature or appearance, of stately character," c. 1600, from majesty + -ic. Related: Majestical (1570s); majestically. The classically correct formation is majestatic (1650s), but this is now archaic or obsolete.

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Definitions of majestic

majestic (adj.)
majestic in manner or bearing; superior to mundane matters;
his majestic presence
Synonyms: olympian
majestic (adj.)
having or displaying great dignity or nobility;
majestic cities
Synonyms: gallant / lofty / proud
majestic (adj.)
belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler;
Synonyms: imperial / purple / regal / royal
From wordnet.princeton.edu