Synonyms for Magisterial:
pompous, autocratic, domineering, study at masterful, egotistic, masterful, sovereign.
lordly, august, bossy, dignified, judicial, stately.
official, legal, judicial, Administerial.
noble, august, royal, aristocratic, knightly, majestic, courtly, imperial, grand, stately, great, dignified, kingly, patrician, imposing, distinguished, queen-like, princely, regal, celebrated, ladylike, lordly, sovereign, heroic, baronial.
n.baroque, aesthetic, abstract, accessible, artistic, camp, artsy-craftsy, avant-garde, campy. common-law, extrajudicial, masterful, criminal, over, enabling, antitrust, civil, forensic, criminally, extraterritorial, effective. prescriptive, interfering, on someone's back, meddlesome, intrusive. •magisterial (noun)
high-and-mighty, dignified, autocratic, bossy, distinguished, imposing, dominating, domineering, peremptory.
egotistic. •Other relevant words:
forensic, criminal, avant-garde, artsy-craftsy, dominating, aristocratic, aesthetic, intrusive, campy, masterful, camp, meddlesome, autocratic, prescriptive, extrajudicial, enabling, antitrust, egotistic, effective, baroque, abstract, criminally, accessible, peremptory, domineering, pompous, civil, interfering, extraterritorial, artistic, over, high-and-mighty, bossy.
Usage examples for magisterial
Jacob obeyed for some years the magisterial command to write nothing, but it was very grievous to him, and he often reflected with dismay on the parable of the talents and how " that one talent which 'tis death to hide" was lodged with him useless. – Dialogues on the Supersensual Life by Jacob Behmen