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.
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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