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December 30, 2013 - Word of the Day



If something is fabulous, it's very, very good:

  • The acting in 12 Years a Slave was fabulous.
  • Patricia's cooking is fabulous.
  • The employees did a fabulous job this quarter.
  • We had a fabulous time at the party.
  • This is absolutely fabulous!

As an adverb, this word becomes "fabulously." It's usually used as an intensifier, similar to "very" and "really": however, it has a very strong effect on the adjective it modifies.

  • Bill Gates founded Microsoft and became fabulously wealthy.
  • Michael Jordan is fabulously famous for his basketball playing.
  • Martha has a fabulously healthy diet.

rich man He's fabulously rich.


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