Synonyms for fantastically
Antonyms for fantastically
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FANTASTICALLY
He did well at it, but he was fantastically old for this kind of business.
The chest was bare to the waist, and was also fantastically painted.
He writes freely and fantastically, in spite of his early training.
His appearance did not impress me as fantastically as it had impressed Colonel McClure.
These too are fantastically decorated with feathers, usually of the loon.
A young girl, fantastically dressed, emerged from the throng.
I wish your lips were fantastically scarlet as when you danced.
The women were somewhat fancifully, but not fantastically dressed.
A fantastically lovely night—quite "Japanese," but cruelly cold.
Fantastically brilliant chandeliers and mirrors are not wanting.
late 14c., "existing only in imagination," from Middle French fantastique (14c.), from Medieval Latin fantasticus, from Late Latin phantasticus "imaginary," from Greek phantastikos "able to imagine," from phantazein "make visible" (middle voice phantazesthai "picture to oneself"); see phantasm. Trivial sense of "wonderful, marvelous" recorded by 1938.