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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfabulousfab‧u‧lous /ˈfæbjələs/ ●●○ adjective  1 GOOD/EXCELLENTextremely good or impressive syn wonderful You look fabulous! a fabulous meal The room has fabulous views across the lake.2 [only before noun]LOT/VERY MUCH very large in amount or size syn huge the Duke’s fabulous wealth3 [only before noun]IMAGINE fabulous creatures, places etc are mentioned in traditional stories, but do not really existfable
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fabulousTheir Chicken Kiev is delicious, and as for their garlic bread ... fabulous!I think this is pretty fabulous.Oh, man, those are fabulous.She was distinctly a bit funny about her diamonds, always reputed to be fabulous.For $ 239, you and your Valentine are treated to the same fabulous dinner, and overnight accommodations.Be bold with strong shades - that's the key to this fabulous face!Against this background the rosy-tipped lamp standards seemed like fabulous lantern plants in a land of faerie.That was really a fabulous meal.Close by is a fabulous network of caves, filled with deep lakes of clear blue water.The painting was sold for a fabulous sum.fabulous wealthBoth he and Dempster had depended on Lord Aviemore's fabulous wealth if for some reason the project failed.Libel Despite her fabulous wealth, Sam's only property is a humble £60,000 two-bedroom flat in North London.
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