V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: luxurious and/or grand, like a palace

Synonyms: grand, deluxe, impressive, regal, rich, luxurious, plush, opulent, stately, imposing

Antonyms: small, average, unimpressive

Tips: For palatial, think of the related noun palace, a large, luxurious mansion, usually one occupied by royalty or aristrocracy. Palatial describes buildings that are grand and stately, like palaces.

Usage Examples:

The hotel is known for its palatial elegance. (luxurious)

The palatial, 130-room mansion is the most expensive home in the city. (grand, impressive)

I don't need a palatial home in an exclusive neighborhood; a little beach cottage is enough to make me happy. (stately, imposing)

The honeymoon suite was palatial and made the newlyweds feel truly pampered. (luxurious, plush, regal)

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