What is another word for magisterially?

Pronunciation: [mˌad͡ʒɪstˈi͡əɹɪə͡li] (IPA)

There are several synonyms for the word "magisterially" that can be used to describe someone who is authoritative and pompous. One such synonym is "imperiously," which describes someone who behaves in a haughty and overbearing manner. "Dictatorially" is another synonym that conveys a similar sense of arrogance and dominance. "Authoritatively" is a more neutral synonym that simply implies that a person is knowledgeable and well-respected in their field. "Commandingly" suggests that someone has a natural aura of power and influence, while "domineeringly" implies a more forceful and controlling personality. Finally, "arrogantly" captures the sense of entitlement and superiority that often accompanies magisterial behavior.

Usage examples for Magisterially

And the dressmaker pressed a large handkerchief against her handsome nose, savored the last new perfume, and leaned back in her stall magisterially with a faint smile.
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens
All our positions, real time, a growing world, asserted magisterially, and the beast intellectualism killed absolutely dead!
"The Letters of William James, Vol. II"
William James
Hartopp went back to his daughter's home in a state of great excitement, drinking more wine than usual at dinner, talking more magisterially than he had ever been known to talk, railing quite misanthropically against the world; observing, that Williams had become unsufferably overbearing, and should be pensioned off: in short, casting the whole family into the greatest perplexity to guess what had come to the mild man.
"What Will He Do With It, Book 10."
Edward Bulwer-Lytton

Related words: immensely, magnificently, immensely important, magnificently important, mightily

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