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fabulously

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfabulouslyfab‧u‧lous‧ly /ˈfæbjələsli/ adverb   fabulously rich/expensive/successful etc
Examples from the Corpus
fabulouslyBut, despite the odd anomaly the result is a fabulously charming children's fable.The reason for the menu's great size was not because the selection was fabulously extensive.We'd dearly love to grab squares of iridescent fabric and twist them into fabulously flattering Jerry Hallesque wraps.Yet the bay is fabulously productive, many times more than an equal volume of ocean.The coats were ornately if not fabulously stitched with over a mile of gold thread.Perhaps after driving so long, they would have found any bit of ground fabulously unmoving.Everybody I met would surely be either fabulously wealthy, extremely intelligent or both.
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