No, the word is a noun. Therefore, it does not have a past form.
1. Great importance
2. Splendour and impressiveness
1. Hindi -Shaan
2. Spanish – Grandeza
3. French – Grandeur
4. Mandarin – Hóngwěi
1. The poem is full of pathos and humour; full of beauty and grandeur, earnestness and truth.
2. Yet there was a grandeur in my desolation that would have elevated my heart but for the fear.
3. The shock and the wonder of its grandeur took my breath away.
4. There is a grandeur in the ruin to be enjoyed, as well as a scene of beauty from its towers.5. These are the bits of our life which I enjoy; which have some poetry, some grandeur in them.
Some synonyms of the word are:
beauty, breadth, brilliance, dignity, glory, grandiosity, gravity, greatness, magnificence, majesty, nobility, opulence, pomp, richness, splendour, vastness, amplitude, celebrity, circumstance, distinction, elevation, eminence, expansiveness, fame, fineness, handsomeness, immensity, impressiveness, loftiness, luxuriousness, might, preeminence, state, stateliness, sublimity, sumptuousness, sway, transcendency, augustness, inclusiveness, superbity, ceremonial etc.
What are some antonyms of the word of the day?
Some antonyms of the word are:
dullness, insignificance, simplicity, ugliness, unimportance
There has been a time on earth when poets had been young and dead and famous – and were men. But now the poet as the tragic child of grandeur and destiny had changed. The child of genius was a woman, now, and the man was gone.