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What is another word for magisterially?

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Adverb
Adverb for of, or pertaining to, a magistrate or judicial officer
“The Attorney-General has certain magisterial powers.”
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Adverb for having an authoritative or domineering nature or manner
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“They are not claiming magisterial authority and bossing other people around.”
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Adverb for arrogant or haughty in nature or manner
“Laban, who had prepared an answer for the occasion, replied in a magisterial tone.”
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Adverb for grand or regal in appearance
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“And Mignon, faced with this magisterial monument, was reminded of some major public works he had seen.”
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Adverb for being the authoritative or definitive source of, or reference for
“The short volume is composed of a set of lectures that Keegan, author of such magisterial works as The First World War and Fields of Battle, wrote in 1988 for the British Broadcasting System.”
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Adverb for characterized by a pompous air of infallibility
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Adverb for showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect
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Adverb for relating to a government
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Adverb for having a dignified or stately tone, form or style
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Adverb for showing great skill
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Adverb for overly formal, conventional, or prim and proper
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