What makes something magnificent? What makes a thing so fantastic that it isn’t confined to what it is? It’s description doesn’t stop at just a definition; it’s qualified as something greater than it’s purpose.
But what makes something exceed the limits of what it was made for? When does ordinary become extraordinary and then develop into something even greater?
Does the magnificent creation describe the attributes of its creator? Does the magnificent creation describe the things that can be created from it?
Our language has thousands of adjectives, and this could be applied to any of them. A word isn’t just defined by a dictionary; it is defined by the implications that it has. A word is so much greater than its meaning, connotation, or the sum of its letters.