fac-, facil-, fact-, feas-, -feat, -fect, -feit, -facient, -faction, -fic-, -fy, -ficate, -fication

(Latin: to make, to do, to build, to cause, to produce; forming, shaping)

magnificently
1. In a splendid or stately manner; impressively or with grandeur.
2. In a proud, great, or noble manner.
3. More generally: extremely well, wonderfully, excellently.
magnifico
A great or noble person (originally as an honorary title applied to any of the magnates of Venice); extended to any person of high rank or position.
magnificous
Magnificent, grand, pompous.
magnificously
In a magnificent manner.
magnified
Enlarged to one's sight; physically enlarged; extended or exaggerated (literally and figuratively).
magnifier
1. A person who or a thing that magnifies.
2. A lens or fixed combination of lenses used to increase the apparent size of an object when viewed directly; a magnifying glass; also, an eyepiece.
magnifique
Chiefly in representations of French speech: magnificent, excellent, splendid. Frequently used for emphasis or ironically.
magnify
1. To praise highly; to glorify, to extol.
2. To make greater in size, status, importance, etc.; to enlarge, increase, augment, or advance.
3. To represent (a person, action, or thing) as greater than in reality; to exaggerate, intensify.
4. To increase the apparent size of (an object) by means of a lens, microscope, etc.; to cause to appear larger; literally and figuratively.
magnifying
The action of enlarging something; making something bigger.
malefic (adjective), more malefic, most malefic
A reference to something that is influenced in an unfavorable or bad way or which produces evil results: The dictator's malefic treatment of his citizens resulted in his being overthrown and executed.
A reference to someone causing harm.
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maleficence (s) (noun), maleficences (pl)
The doing of mischief, evil, or harm: The secret diary of the criminal recounted the repeated maleficences which he had committed.
An evil or a bad deed.
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maleficent (adjective), more maleficent, most maleficent
1. Relating to things and spiritual agencies which bring harm to others: Some people believe that there are evil spirits that cause maleficent agony and misfortune for people.
2. A reference to people, their acts and dispositions; such as, wrongdoing, criminal acts, etc.: The politician was convicted of obtaining maleficent funding from various organizations so she could be reelected and give them advantages in paying less taxes for their profitable businesses.
A reference to causing harm or an evil act.
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malfeasance (s) (noun), malfeasances (pl)
Sinfulness, wrongdoing, or vileness; specifically, official misconduct on the part of someone in public employment: The mayor of the city was convicted of three counts of malfeasance involving illegal financial payments which happened during his first term.
An illegal or wrongful conduct.
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An unlawful act.
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manufacture (verb), manufactures; manufactured; manufacturing
To produce goods or wares by hand labor or by machinery; especially, on a large scale: James is working with a company that manufactures televisions.
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