What is another word for augustus?

Pronunciation: [ˈɔːɡʌstəs] (IPA)

Augustus was the title given to the first Roman emperor, whose actual name was Gaius Octavius. While Augustus has become synonymous with power and majesty, there are several other words that can be used to describe this great ruler. Synonyms for Augustus include majestic, grandiose, imperial, regal, and magnificent. These words capture the essence of Augustus and his impressive reign over the vast and powerful Roman Empire. Other synonyms for Augustus include impressive, formidable, commanding, and authoritative. Regardless of the word used to describe him, Augustus will always be remembered as one of the most influential figures in the history of the world.

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    • Proper noun, singular
      august, Auguste, Augusto.

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Usage examples for Augustus

But for the first part of the program, when the performer appears in ordinary evening-dress, and when he is presenting himself as a gentleman in a drawing-room, amusing other gentlemen, by means of experiments in magic, every one of which may be likened to a little play, why should not the stage-set be that of a drawing-room, or of a bachelor's study, as accurately reproduced as similar rooms are reproduced in the modern comedies of Mr. Henry Arthur Jones and Mr. augustus Thomas?
"A Book About the Theater"
Brander Matthews
The Poem opens with a just and poetical description of the security of Virtue; from which the Poet takes occasion to introduce an artful compliment to augustus, whom he ranks with Bacchus and Romulus; on the ascent of which last to heaven, Juno expresseth her aversion to the repeopling of Troy.
"An Essay on the Lyric Poetry of the Ancients"
John Ogilvie Commentator: Wallace Jackson
"Richard of England has never been on the best of terms with Philip augustus," said Sir Gaeton.
"...After a Few Words..."
Gordon Randall Garrett

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