Synonyms for fabulously
Antonyms for fabulously
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FABULOUSLY
I tell you it was fabulously innocent and it was enormous, enormous!
In the underworld he was believed to be fabulously wealthy, as no doubt he was.
But the churches, small and fabulously ancient, affected him most.
And now, Polter, up here with a fabulously rich "gold mine."
I saw that she was pleased with this fabulously; but I did not take it ill of her.
The d'Orient was delightfully comfortable and fabulously cheap.
They had all become rich, these first friends of the telephone, but not fabulously so.
Immediately upon the left rose one of the fabulously high buildings for which the ancient city had been famous.
Most of them had vague notions that these South American cities were fabulously rich in gold.
Already paying these marked attentions to a man she knows nothing of beyond that he is reported to be fabulously wealthy.
early 15c., "mythical, legendary," from Latin fabulosus "celebrated in fable; rich in myths," from fabula (see fable (n.)).
Sense of "incredible" first recorded c.1600. Slang shortening fab first recorded 1957; popularized in reference to The Beatles, c.1963.