Other Words for Grand

Grand Adjective Synonyms
marvelous, wonderful, outstanding, first-class, first-rate, splendid, excellent, superb, admirable, great, marvy, smashing, terrific, fantastic, fabulous, fantabulous, super
Isn't it grand that Freda will be able to go.

flamboyant, overdone, histrionic, ostentatious, pretentious, grandiose, lordly
The abysmal performance was punctuated by the actors' grand strutting and gesturing.

complete, total, sum, comprehensive, (all-)inclusive, bottom-line
The grand total of expenses came to $12,467.22.

Grand Noun Synonyms
dignified, distinguished, august, respected, eminent, pre-eminent, outstanding, celebrated, illustrious, renowned, notable, legendary, exalted, revered, venerable, immortal
He is regarded as the grand old man of chemistry.

large, great, huge, immense, enormous, impressive, imposing, splendid, fine, majestic, stately, lofty, monumental, lavish, magnificent, opulent, luxurious, palatial, sumptuous, posh
We were led into a grand hall where thousands awaited the emperor.

More Words for Grand

Total / Eminent / Sum / Fine / Large

Grandioso

Entertainment / Music / Grandioso: Word to indicate that the movement or entire composition is to be played grandly. MORE

Grand Cross, Grand Square

Science / Astrology / Grand Cross, Grand Square: An aspect configuration in which four planets, each in a different sign of the same quadruplicity, form mutual squares. Much tension is generated among planets forming this pattern. If signs are mixed MORE

Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing

Technology / Motorcycle / Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing: Established in 1949 by the FIM, it is the oldest motorsport World Championship that is still in existence. Competition is held in well over a dozen countries in 5 continents. Grand Prix motorcycle rac MORE

Creme De Grand Marnier

Entertainment / Liquor / Creme De Grand Marnier: A French liqueur made with fresh sweet cream and Grand Marnier 80 proof. MORE

Grandiosity

Science / Psychiatry / Grandiosity: An inflated appraisal of ones worth, power, knowledge, importance, or identity. When extreme, grandiosity may be of delusional proportions. MORE

National Grandparents Day

Life Style / Holiday / National Grandparents Day: The first Sunday after Labor Day has been declared National Grandparents Day in the United States. The proclamation for the holiday was signed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978. The September date was MORE

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