fantastic


fantastic
01. For supper we had a [fantastic] 6-course meal, followed by several glasses of champagne.
02. She has done a [fantastic] job of organizing the Christmas party; I'm sure it'll be the best one we've ever had.
03. They had a [fantastic] time in Greece on their holidays, and are planning to go back next year.
04. The contractors have done a [fantastic] job on the renovations to our house; the place looks even better than we'd expected.
05. The movie was [fantastic]; the special effects were unbelievable and the story was great.
06. The kids thought that Disneyland was [fantastic]; they'd go every year if we could afford it.
07. She looks [fantastic] in that dress. Every guy at the party has been staring at her all night.
08. You got the job? That's [fantastic]!
09. The team has been playing [fantastically] and is expected to make it to the finals this year.
10. Eric invented some kind of video game that he sold to a big company and now he's [fantastically] rich.
11. After being shrunk to the size of bacteria, the scientists went on a [fantastic] voyage into the body of a human being.
12. The African nation of Namibia's charms are well known in neighboring South Africa, but outsiders have only recently discovered its beautiful deserts, and [fantastic] beaches.
13. Karl Marx argued that man found only his own reflection in the [fantastic] reality of heaven, where he sought a supernatural being.
14. Taking surfing lessons was a [fantastic] idea. My son and I had a great time.
15. Songwriter Lorenz Hart once wrote, "Wide awake I can make my most [fantastic] dreams come true."
16. Oscar Wilde once suggested that fashion is the method by which the [fantastic] becomes for a moment universal.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

Synonyms:

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Fantastic — is a literary term that describes a quality of other literary genres, and in some cases is used as a genre in and of itself, although in this case it is often conflated with the Supernatural. The term was originated in the structuralist theory of …   Wikipedia

  • fantastic — FANTÁSTIC, Ă, fantastici, ce, adj. 1. Care nu există în realitate; creat, plăsmuit de imaginaţie; ireal, fantasmagoric, fabulos. ♦ Literatură fantastică = gen de literatură în care elementul preponderent îl constituie imaginaţia, irealul. 2. Care …   Dicționar Român

  • Fantastic — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda «Fantastic» Sencillo de Ami Suzuki Publicación 8 de febrero de 2006 Formato CD Grabado …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fantastic — Single par Ami Suzuki extrait de l’album Connetta Face A Fantastic Face B Slow Motion Sortie 8 février 2006 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • fantastic — [fan tas′tik] adj. [ME fantastik < OFr fantastique < ML fantasticus < LL phantasticus < Gr phantastikos, able to present or represent to the mind < phantazein, to make visible < phainein, to show: see FANTASY] 1. existing in the …   English World dictionary

  • fantastic — 1 chimerical, visionary, fanciful, imaginary, quixotic Analogous words: extravagant, extreme (see EXCESSIVE): incredible, unbelievable, implausible (see affirmative adjectives at PLAUSIBLE): preposterous, absurd (see FOOLISH): irrational,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • fantastic — 1. Fantastic is one of the most popular colloquial terms for ‘excellent, very enjoyable’. It is first recorded with this meaning in the 1930s and is now used in all sorts of contexts: • Oh, Val, isn t it fantastic?… It s amazing, isn t it?… …   Modern English usage

  • Fantastic — Fan*tas tic, a. [F. fantastique, fr. Gr. ??????????? able to represent, fr. ????????? to make visible. See {Fancy}.] 1. Existing only in imagination; fanciful; imaginary; not real; chimerical. [1913 Webster] 2. Having the nature of a phantom;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fantastic — [adj1] strange, different; imaginary absurd, artificial, capricious, chimerical, comical, crazy, eccentric, erratic, exotic, extravagant, extreme, fanciful, far fetched, fictional, foolish, foreign, freakish, grotesque, hallucinatory, illusive,… …   New thesaurus

  • Fantastic — Fan*tas tic, n. A person given to fantastic dress, manners, etc.; an eccentric person; a fop. Milton. [1913 Webster] Our fantastics, who, having a fine watch, take all ocasions to draw it out to be seen. Fuller. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fantastic — index delusive, ludicrous, nonexistent, noteworthy, prodigious (amazing), special, unusual Burton …   Law dictionary