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fabulously

adverb as in incredibly

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Because being fabulously wealthy and well-known solely for winning the genetic lottery can be slightly embarrassing.

The fabulously profitable company that Jobs created did not reply to a request for comment.

And most glaringly, the fabulously wealthy woman professing to shoulder the burdens of the poor.

These three actors, Australian-bred and innately brooding, comprise the fabulously Hemsworth brothers.

His death left her fabulously wealthy and charged with disbursing the millions of the Astor Foundation.

We speak of a very rich man as a Crœsus, a word which was the name of a fabulously rich tyrant in Ancient Greece.

But it was fabulously gigantic in the eyes of our adventurers, who had never seen a serpent of any kind before.

He's one of those fabulously rich fellows out of the City who make a hundred thousand pounds at a blow.

She was golden and white, like an autumnal birch-tree—yellow hair, with warm-toned streaks in it, shading a fabulously fair skin.

The English heiress must have a wedding-dress that would figure in the papers, and, even in the States, be fabulously splendid.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fabulously, such as: especially, strangely, uncommonly, and astonishingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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