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Word: magisterial

Definition: authoritative; imperious; commanding; of a magistrate; Ex. magisterial study of Roman law; Ex. magisterial manner


Sentences Containing 'magisterial'

During that time he also gained a magisterial diploma from the East Ukraine Volodymyr Dahl National University in 2000.
He made his way along the corridors through force of habit; he threw aside his magisterial robe, not out of deference to etiquette, but because it was an unbearable burden, a veritable garb of Nessus, insatiate in torture.
In 1978 he published his magisterial "Histoire des techniques", in which he developed his concept of "technical systems."
It is a creative, magisterial contribution to our understanding of judicial review and an independent judiciary."
It would be a nice thing for me to send my islanders a cruel governor with flinty bowels, who won't yield to the tears of afflicted damsels or to the prayers of wise, magisterial, ancient enchanters and sages.
Nowadays the military profession is in abeyance and the magisterial robe is the badge of honor.
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