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Grand

Synonyms for grand:

Sense 1

five-spot, smacker, beautiful, grandly, quid, high-ranking, greenback, boastful, fiver, bombastic, c-note, the pink pound, Magnific, glorious.

Sense 2

flamboyant, important, trophy, valiant, artistic, tenner, five.

Sense 3

eloquent, formidable, BLING, fin, mortal.

Sense 4

dramatic.

Sense 5

buck.

Sense 10

high.

Sense 14

flash.

breathtaking

stupendous.

challenging

ambitious.

dignified

high-toned, portly.

festive

gala.

imposing

mighty.

lofty

monumental.

magnificent

splendid, superb.

majestic

awe-inspiring.

pianoforte

piano.

regal

palatial, queenly.

renowned

famous.

stately

statuesque.

sumptuous

rich.

superb

gorgeous.

all (adjective)

expansive, heroic.

amazing (adjective)

awesome.

artistic (adjective)

fine.

brave (adjective)

valiant.

elegant (adjective)

ostentatious.

elevated (adjective)

elevated, righteous.

impressive, great (adjective)

fine, sumptuous, super, opulent, imposing, exalted, terrific, dynamite, magnificent, majestic, palatial, ambitious, haughty, lofty, marvelous, august, fab, rich, grandiose, stately, dignified, eminent, superb, glorious, first-rate, sublime, luxurious, noble, ostentatious, large, elevated, monumental, awe-inspiring, splendid, excellent, regal.

large (adjective)

enormous, majestic, elephantine, vast, soaring, colossal, giant, baggy, impressive, huge, roomy, expansive, capacious, generous, great, voluminous, grandiose, big, copious, prodigious, comprehensive, massive, tremendous, gargantuan, spacious, lofty, cavernous, awesome, towering, sizable, extensive, immense, ample, large, bulky, mammoth, gigantic, goodly, humongous, magnificent, princely.

most important (adjective)

main, mighty, principal, supreme, chief, preeminent, leading.

noble (adjective)

patrician, celebrated, sovereign, distinguished, heroic, dignified, magisterial, princely, august, noble, aristocratic, imposing, courtly, imperial, royal, majestic, regal, great, baronial, kingly, ladylike, stately, queen-like, lordly, knightly.

proud (adjective)

egoistic, high-and-mighty, high-handed, huffy, proud, Preening, assured, self-glorying, hoity-toity, ostentatious, vain, smug, swellheaded, condescending, crowing, conceited, confident, haughty, narcissistic.

respected (adjective)

venerable.

upper-class (adjective)

patrician.

Sense 2 (noun)

superb, excellent, first class.

Sense 3 (noun)

splendid, Magnific.

Sense 4 (noun)

eloquent, flash, grandly, BLING, high, boastful, dramatic, flamboyant, trophy, bombastic.

Sense 5 (noun)

fin, buck, greenback, high-ranking, five, fiver, five-spot, c-note.

five or more (noun)

hexad, gross, octavo, sextuple, decade, million, Jillion, trillion, teens, dozen, sevenfold, fourscore, score, hundredfold, hundred, billion, Duodecimo, thousand, septuple, octave, sixfold, octet, octagon, decennium.

grand (noun)

lordly, grand piano, yard, noble, G, thousand, chiliad, impressive, thou, one thousand, heroic, K, august, 1000, M, expansive.

sumptuous (noun)

rich, splendid.

Usage examples for grand:

  • No grand opera stuff- we don't want it! - "The Salamander", Owen Johnson.
  • Oh, it was grand! - "Tabitha at Ivy Hall", Ruth Alberta Brown.
  • We succeeded in getting every one in town out and made a grand sale. - "Twenty Years of Hus'ling", J. P. Johnston.

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