fabulous

IPA: fˈæbjʌɫʌs

adjective

  • Of or relating to fable, myth or legend.
  • Characteristic of fables; marvelous, extraordinary, incredible.
  • Fictional or not believable; made up.
  • (obsolete) Known for telling fables or falsehoods; unreliable.
  • (slang) Very good; outstanding, wonderful.
  • (slang) Camp, effeminate.
  • (slang) Fashionable, glamorous.

Examples of "fabulous" in Sentences

  • This trip was fabulous to me.
  • He was the fabulous MVP of the game.
  • Congratulations for the fabulous work.
  • The resort is huge and the view is fabulous.
  • The photo is considered as fabulous masterpiece.
  • I love the fabulous picture of the moon's shadow.
  • This was fabulous to me, as this was the goal of the trip.
  • The begining point is always a fabulous moment for everyone.
  • The rooms are large, rustic and comfy with fabulous service.
  • It is the starting point of a fabulous hunting for the treasure.
  • We both had the lamb platter with lemon fries, again fabulous and plentiful.
  • As a matter of fact, Beverly Hills Fabulous is so fabulous that it makes the word fabulous not fabulous enough.
  • I believe in the democratic process and both sides should be able to debate, but acting "ghetto-fabulous" is not a way to get anything done.
  • Whittemore's work is just plain fabulous, in more ways than one, and I think both of these books have an innate appeal that's born of their strangeness.
  • SciFi Wire is confirming that the once thought lost Star Trek Experience in fabulous Las Vegas will be reopening to coincide with the opening of the new Star Trek film.
  • Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, who represents the area in which the crash occurred, on Thursday noted that Octavia, which he called a "fabulous boulevard," could be challenging for drivers, especially those unfamiliar with the city.
  • Jason Shultz has witnessed what he calls a fabulous presentation 9MB MP3on the band's legal run-in with Sony over the composition rights to the Beatles songs they parodied and how Lars Ulrich redeemed himself from the dark days of fighting Napster by defending the band's fair use.
  • At Cheltenham literature festival last week, a fine crowd turned out at the delightful Frank Matcham-designed Everyman theatre to hear Bettany Hughes, Stella Duffy and Lucy Hughes-Hallett debate which heroine of the classical world was the most powerful, influential and just plain fabulous: Helen of Troy, Theodora or Cleopatra?

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