noble, grand, august, majestic, dignified, exalted, commanding, puissant, famous, renowned, widely acclaimed, Olympic, famed, celebrated, distinguished, noted, illustrious, highly regarded, conspicuous, elevated, prominent, high, stately, honorable, lordly, princely, magnificent, glorious, regal, royal, kingly, imposing, peerless, preeminent, unrivaled, fabulous, fabled, storied.
Notably above average in amount, size, or scope:big, considerable, extensive, good, healthy, large, large-scale, sizable. (Informal) tidy. See big
Widely known and esteemed:celebrated, distinguished, eminent, famed, famous, illustrious, notable, noted, preeminent, prestigious, prominent, redoubtable, renowned. See knowledge, respect
Exceptionally good of its kind:ace, banner, blue-ribbon, brag, capital, champion, excellent, fine1, first-class, first-rate, prime, quality, splendid, superb, superior, terrific, tiptop, top. (Informal) A-one, bully, dandy, swell, topflight, topnotch. (Slang) boss. (Chiefly British) tophole. See good
Particularly excellent:divine, fabulous, fantastic, fantastical, glorious, marvelous, sensational, splendid, superb, terrific, wonderful. (Informal) dandy, dreamy, ripping, super, swell, tremendous. (Slang) cool, groovy, hot, keen1, neat, nifty. Idiom: out of this world. See good
Carrying a developing fetus within the uterus:big, enceinte, expectant, expecting, gravid, parturient, pregnant. (Slang) gone. Idioms: in a family way, with child. See reproduction