01. The fireworks during the Commonwealth Games were simply [spectacular].02. Long Beach is a [spectacular] place to visit, with miles of beautiful sand, and great big waves.03. The development of Microsoft is a [spectacular] success story.04. The view of the peninsula is [spectacular] from the top of the mountain.05. Swimmer Mark Spitz's performance in the Munich Olympics was simply [spectacular].06. The Pink Floyd concert had [spectacular] lighting effects.07. Pelé was a [spectacular] soccer player, one of the best in the history of the game.08. Economist John Kenneth Galbraith once suggested that if all else fails, immortality can always be assured by [spectacular] error.09. The interior of the cave was [spectacular], with its stalactites and stalagmites.10. The fireworks display this year was [spectacular], the best ever.11. There was a [spectacular] meteorite shower last night, with comets flying by every few seconds.12. As the sun began to set, we had a [spectacular] view of the city.13. As beautiful as the islands of the Philippines are, the underwater landscapes of that country are considered by many to be even more [spectacular].14. Kenya's [spectacular] wildlife attracts tourists from all over the world.15. The most [spectacular] feature of male dress for Rastafarians in Jamaica is their hairstyle.16. The main reason the British chose Hong Kong as their trading base for the Far East during the 1800s was because of its [spectacular] deepwater harbor.17. In March of 1968, Life Magazine declared Jimi Hendrix to be "the most [spectacular] guitarist in the world."18. Andy Rooney once said that it's those small daily happenings that make life so [spectacular].19. Big Ben is one of London's best-known landmarks, and looks most [spectacular] at night when the clock faces are illuminated.20. The [spectacular] diversification of mammals on earth has occurred within the last 60 million years.21. Four people were killed in a [spectacular] car crash on the highway this morning.
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spectacular — SPECTACULÁR, Ă, spectaculari, e, adj. (Franţuzism) Spectaculos. – După fr. spectaculaire. Trimis de pan111, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DLRM SPECTACULÁR, Ă, spectaculari, e, adj. (Livr (livresc).) Spectaculos. – Din fr. spectaculaire. Trimis de claudia … Dicționar Român
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spectacular — index conspicuous Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
spectacular — (adj.) 1680s, from L. spectaculum (see SPECTACLE (Cf. spectacle)). As a noun, first attested 1890. Related: Spectacularly … Etymology dictionary
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spectacular — [spek tak′yə lər] adj. [< L spectaculum (see SPECTACLE) + AR] 1. of or like a spectacle, or show 2. unusual to a striking degree; characterized by a great display, as of daring n. an elaborate show or display spectacularly adv … English World dictionary
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