magnifically, adv.
/mag nif"ik/, adj. Archaic.
1. magnificent; imposing.
2. grandiose; pompous.
Also, magnifical.
[1480-90; < L magnificus grand (see MAGNI-, -FIC); r. earlier magnyfyque < MF < L as above]

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