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By granting companies the tools to swiftly, easily and intuitively interact with consumers, this year’s technology leaders not only made life easier for publishers and brands — they helped craft a phenomenal user experience as well.

From Digiday

If not, I think Damian is a phenomenal … knowing his background, having watched him on Homeland, he’s an unbelievable actor, but I love … I’m very intrigued with her as a character.

From Ozy

Apparently, people have figured out that CBD is a phenomenal anxiety suppressant.

From Fortune

They have been phenomenal partners, and I feel honored to be working with them.

From Fortune

The respect we have for each other and the belief we have in this locker room is phenomenal, and I think we have to take that into the next match in order to win.

Still, a handful of centuries-old establishments have survived and housed some pretty phenomenal history.

The Biba brand exploded in 1964 with the phenomenal success of a pink and white gingham frock called “the Barbara.”

It is never too late to catch you up on all six seasons of this phenomenal show.

Helen Mirren Trains Like the Air Force: There is no denying that Helen Mirren is in phenomenal shape.

Regardless, she's phenomenal, and it's egregious not to give her the Best Actress trophy, let alone not to even nominate her.

In brief, by the close of the year, the phenomenal conditions growing directly out of the European war had been met and overcome.

These two phenomenal facts imply some strong antagonism to the priesthood and their system.

To his other iniquities Black Sheep had now added a phenomenal clumsiness—was as unfit to trust in action as he was in word.

I have already referred to the phenomenal success of Perez Galdós's Electra within the last few months.

Their divorces are phenomenal, and they are obtained on the slightest cause.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to phenomenal, such as: extraordinary, fantastic, marvelous, miraculous, outstanding, and prodigious.

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