Something meriting the highest praise or regard
New, disease resistant trees are bringing back the splendor of what has been called one of the prettiest towns in New England.
They don't look like much on their own, but edible decorations such as candies, chocolate pieces, sprinkles, luster dust, and dragees can add a lot of sparkle and splendor to a cake.
There, surrounded by synchophants, toadies (literally) and fellow smugglers, Jabba spends his time in Fall of the Roman Empire splendor, playing gladiator games with his captives.
The rustic interior design in Park City, Utah, definitely reflects the splendor of the great outdoors with a mixture of charming cabins, grand lodges, and posh resorts.
Visiting the grounds of this castle, it is easy to imagine that the kings of France used such a place a hunting retreat; what is unimaginable is the size and the splendor of the building itself.
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