Need another word that means the same as “splendor”? Find 8 synonyms and 30 related words for “splendor” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Splendor” are: brilliancy, luster, lustre, splendour, brilliance, grandeur, grandness, magnificence
Splendor as a Noun
Definitions of "Splendor" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “splendor” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A quality that outshines the usual.
- The quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand.
Synonyms of "Splendor" as a noun (8 Words)
|brilliance||Intense brightness of light.|
The nights were dark lit only by the brilliance of Aegean stars.
|brilliancy||A quality that outshines the usual.|
|grandeur||The quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct.|
His facade of grandeur.
|grandness||Splendid or imposing in size or appearance.|
Advertisers capitalize on the grandness and elegance it brings to their products.
|luster||A surface coating for ceramics or porcelain.|
|lustre||Ceramics with an iridescent metallic glaze lustreware.|
A chandelier dripping with glass lustres.
|magnificence||Splendid or imposing in size or appearance.|
For magnificence and personal service there is the Queen s hotel.
|splendour||A quality that outshines the usual.|
The barren splendour of the Lake District.
Usage Examples of "Splendor" as a noun
- It is the university that gives the scene its stately splendor.
Associations of "Splendor" (30 Words)
|beaming||Radiating or as if radiating light.|
|bright||Made smooth and bright by or as if by rubbing reflecting a sheen or glow.|
The sun was dazzlingly bright.
|brilliance||A light within the field of vision that is brighter than the brightness to which the eyes are adapted.|
He s played the stock market with great brilliance.
|brilliant||A diamond of brilliant cut.|
|dazzle||Amaze or overwhelm (someone) with a particular impressive quality.|
She was dazzled by the headlights.
|dazzling||Extremely bright, especially so as to blind the eyes temporarily.|
The skater s dazzling virtuosic leaps.
|faintly||In a faint manner; indistinctly.|
His faintly ridiculous air.
Red lights started to flash a warning.
|glare||Express (a feeling) by staring fiercely.|
When Congress investigates it brings the full glare of publicity to the agency.
|gleaming||An appearance of reflected light.|
Gleaming black limousines.
|glowing||Expressing great praise.|
He received a glowing report from his teachers.
|grandeur||High rank or social importance.|
The majestic grandeur and simplicity of Roman architecture.
|illumine||Light up; brighten.|
He moved her lamp so that her face was illumined.
An incandescent performance.
|iridescent||Having a play of lustrous rainbow colors.|
The drake s head has an iridescent purple sheen.
|lambent||(of light or fire) glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance.|
His eyes were huge and lambent in his starved face.
|light||A window or opening to let light in.|
The light of my life.
|lucent||Glowing with or giving off light.|
The moon was lucent in the background.
|luminescent||Emitting light not caused by heat.|
There s something calming about watching a luminescent jellyfish.
|luminosity||The rate of emission of radiation, visible or otherwise.|
Acrylic colours retain freshness and luminosity.
|luminous||Softly bright or radiant.|
He wore luminous green socks.
|magnificence||A title or form of address for a monarch or other distinguished person.|
The magnificence of the surrounding countryside.
|opalescent||Showing many small points of shifting colour against a pale or dark ground.|
An opalescent sky.
|phosphorescent||Emitting light without appreciable heat as by slow oxidation of phosphorous.|
The phosphorescent glow of decaying wood.
|radiant||A radiant point.|
She gave him a radiant smile.
|shining||Marked by exceptional merit.|
A shining example.
|splendid||Magnificent; very impressive.|
He was a splendid teacher.
|spotlight||A beam of light projected from a spotlight.|
The knife flashed in the spotlight.
|visible||Visible imports or exports.|
|visual||Relating to or using sight.|