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used in Atlas Shrugged

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the quality of being grand or magnificent or splendid
  • The white marble of the walls gave it a classical grandeur; the composition of its rectangular masses gave it the cleanliness and beauty of a modern plant.
    1.7 Part 1 Chapter 7 — The Exploiters and the Exploited (42% in)
  • Watching nervously, Taggart felt reliefand a touch of nameless resentment, which, if named, would have told him he wished the occasion deserved the grandeur that Francisco's manner gave it for a moment.
    2.2 Part 2 Chapter 2 — The Aristocracy of Pull (61% in)
  • This is your true level-under all that self-made grandeur of a knight of industry who rose by sheer genius from the ore mine gutters to finger bowls and white tie!
    2.3 Part 2 Chapter 3 — White Blackmail (18% in)
  • What is this presumptuous little bit of rail, which crude materialists are so proud of building-compared to that eternal grandeur?
    2.7 Part 2 Chapter 7 — The Moratorium on Brains (49% in)
  • Fight with the radiant certainty and the absolute rectitude of knowing that yours is the Morality of Life and that yours is the battle for any achievement, any value, any grandeur, any goodness, any joy that has ever existed on this earth.
    3.7 Part 3 Chapter 7 — "This is John Galt Speaking" (**% in)

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