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splendidus adj. with comp. and sup.

SPLEND-, bright, shining, glittering, brilliant : splendidior quam cetera sidera fulget, O.: splendidissimus candor: ostro Crinis, O.: fons splendidior vitro, H.: bilis, bright yellow , H.Brilliant, splendid, magnificent, sumptuous, gorgeous, grand : domus regali splendida luxu Instruitur, V.: secundas res splendidiores facit amicitia.—Fig., brilliant, illustrious, distinguished, noble : vir splendidissimus civitatis suae: homo propter virtutem: causa splendidior: facta, H.: splendidioribus verbis uti: vox, impressive : veniamus ad splendidiora, topics of more dignity.—Showy, fine, specious : nomen: Praetendens culpae splendida verba tuae, O.

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