Another word for grand
grand magnificent imposing stately majestic august grandioseSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean strikingly large in size, scope, or extent. Both grand and magnificent apply to what is physically or aesthetically impressive. Grand implies dignity, sweep, or eminence: a grand hotel lobby with marble floors. Magnificent suggests splendor, sumptuousness, and grandeur: a magnificent cathedral. Imposing describes what impresses by virtue of its size, bearing, or power: mountain peaks of imposing height. Stately refers principally to what is dignified and handsome: a stately oak. Majestic suggests lofty dignity or nobility: the majestic Alps. August describes what inspires solemn reverence or awe: the august presence of royalty. Grandiose often suggests pretentiousness, affectation, or pompousness: grandiose ideas.
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Large and impressive in size, scope, or extent:august, baronial, grandiose, imposing, lordly, magnific, magnificent, majestic, noble, princely, regal, royal, splendid, stately, sublime, superb. See big, good
Exceedingly dignified in form, tone, or style:elevated, eloquent, exalted, high, high-flown, lofty. See high, style
Raised to or occupying a high position or rank:august, elevated, exalted, high-ranking, lofty. See rise