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She is a splendid painter.
I think a party is a splendid idea!
You have a splendid opportunity to do something different and original.
The huge windows gave us a splendid view of the grounds.
a splendid building/boulevard
A splendid buffet was laid out along a 30-foot table.
We had a splendid time in Nice.
'I'll be there at 4.00.' 'Oh, splendid!'
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a style of loose-fitting jeans with a high waist, often considered unfashionable
typical of or relating to autumn
Employed but with No Disposable Income or Savings: people who are in work but only earn just enough to live on
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Definition of splendid from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.