fabulous

[ fab-yuh-luhs ]SEE DEFINITION OF fabulous

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He also gave me an admirable chameleon, a prehistoric, fabulous sort of animal.

Arthur was a Celt, and may have been a fabulous Celt; but he was a fable on the right side.

It must have been a strike of fabulous proportions that had caused this excitement.

The seed of the unknown was sown, and would grow into a crop of fabulous magnitude.

He knew, also, that this fabulous creature was bent on destroying him.

To most, the name of England was like that of some fabulous dream-land.

I, too, was proud—for him, if not so certain of the fabulous value of the bargain.

He accepted her presence there with a tired acquiescence in its fabulous improbability.

With Seraphina I talked of it and its denizens as of a fabulous country.

To ride well is to recreate the fabulous centaur of Thessaly.

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