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MAJES'TIC, adjective [from majesty.] August; having dignity of person or appearance; grand; princely. The prince was majestic in person and appearance.

In his face

Sat meekness, hightened with majestic grace.

1. Splendid; grand.

Get the start of this majestic world.

2. Elevated; lofty.

The least portions must be of the epic kind; all must be grave, majestic and sublime.

3. Stately; becoming majesty; as a majestic air or walk.