> > Based on the origin of the word resplendent (splendid, splendor), the word splendiferous probably means A. blinding, glaring - The light reflecting in the mirror was so splendiferous he couldn't see.

Based on the origin of the word resplendent (splendid, splendor), the word splendiferous probably means A. blinding, glaring - The light reflecting in the mirror was so splendiferous he couldn't see.

B. reflective - The light falling on the lush carpet produced a spe...

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Based on the origin of the word resplendent (splendid, splendor), the word splendiferous probably means A. blinding, glaring - The light reflecting in the mirror was so splendiferous he couldn't see.

B. reflective - The light falling on the lush carpet produced a spendiferous glow.
C. magnificent, fine - The sunrise this morning was splendiferous.

Answer

I'd say the correct answer is C, 'magnificent, fine', because the other examples are too literal, whereas even 'splendid' doesn't really refer to something bright, but rather to something impressive, grand, etc.

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